Forensics Analysis: How to Make Sense of the Data

Finding traces of a hacker is much easier said than done. Many companies don't have the tools, training, or expertise to conduct detailed forensic analysis following a data breach. Small companies are much more likely to be attacked and are the ones least prepared to investigate the breach after the fact.

This paper will discuss how forensics work, how forensics are currently incompatible with companies with a dedicated expert, and how organizations can quickly bootstrap these capabilities in order to add an extra layer of defense-in-depth.

Download this white paper to discover:

  • The most common indicators of compromise (IoCs).
  • Why all organizations need better forensics tools.
  • How to provide robust forensics and endpoint protection.

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