Organisations need advanced and impactful incident response and fraud management solutions to minimize cyber-attacks. A cyber incident response and fraud management policy is not only helpful in minimizing such incidents but also helps organisations in improving their productivity.
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CYBER FORENSICS: SUB DISCIPLINES
- Computer Forensics: the identification, preservation, collection, analysis and reporting on evidence found on computers, laptops and storage media in support of investigations and legal proceedings.
- Network Forensics: the monitoring, capture, storing and analysis of network activities or events in order to discover the source of security attacks, intrusions or other problem incidents, i.e. worms, virus or malware attacks, abnormal network traffic and security breaches.
- Mobile Devices Forensics: the recovery of electronic evidence from mobile phones, smartphones, SIM cards, PDAs, GPS devices, tablets and game consoles
CYBER FORENSICS: PROCESS
- Preparation: includes those activities that enable us to respond to an incident: policies, tools, procedures, effective governance and communication plans
- Detection: the discovery of the event with security tools or notification by an inside or outside party about a suspected incident
- Containment: the triage phase where the affected host or system is identified, isolated or otherwise mitigated, and when affected parties are notified and investigative status established
- Investigation: the phase where the priority, scope, and root cause of the incident is determined
- Remediation: the post-incident repair of affected systems, communication and instruction to affected parties, and analysis that confirms the threat has been contained
- Recovery: the analysis of the incident for its procedural and policy implications, the gathering of metrics, and the incorporation of new techniques into future response activities and training