NetSecurity Enables Forensics Investigation through ThreatResponder

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NetSecurity Enables Forensics Investigation through ThreatResponder

By Greg Tavarez

Organizations have difficulty identifying the right skills, tools or product to use when investigating a data breach, insider threat or cyberattack. They often resort to open-source scripts, freeware, collector scripts or traditional endpoint threat detection and response, or EDR. However, these technologies are not capable of conducting forensics quickly or at scale.

NetSecurity recognized that traditional EDR and collector scripts are inadequate to quickly and thoroughly conduct remote forensics investigation and incident response that can withstand legal scrutiny. NetSecurity developed ThreatResponder to help organizations conduct remote forensics investigations, eliminating travel costs and delays.

ThreatResponder is an all-in-one cloud-native and AI-powered endpoint security innovation laden with capabilities. These include threat detection, prevention, response, analytics, hunting, intelligence, forensics and vulnerability detection.

With ThreatResponder, users can:

  • Investigate endpoints that are online, cloud-based, on-premises, offline and dead, such as external hard drives or virtual hard drives.
  • Automatically contain or isolate endpoints as part of the agent deployment to avoid lateral movement and risk the compromised system infecting other endpoints.
  • With indicators of compromise, quickly create a watch list and detect any hits.
  • See who or what machine is stealing or exfiltrating data and how much data was taken, when, by whom, and were it was sent.
  • Have access to situational awareness and a view of the vulnerability landscape and threat vectors.
  • Complete investigations up to three times faster and more cost-effectively.

"Today's adversaries remain relentless and highly sophisticated, often leveraging attack techniques or exploiting vulnerabilities that are largely unknown to defenders,” said Inno Eroraha, founder and chief strategist of NetSecurity. “A technology that can drill deep and tell the full story relating to attack or breach is imperative.”

NetSecurity will demonstrate ThreatResponder capabilities through a 15-day free demo for enterprises that want to start detecting, responding and neutralizing malicious activities that their current security technologies are missing.




Edited by Erik Linask

MSPToday Editor

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