Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)

Detect. Investigate. Respond. Remediate threats quickly.

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The DFIR challenge

Cyberattacks and ransomware are on the rise, crippling operations and services. Managing the increasing volume of false positive alerts has become humanly impossible. Add to this the complexities of securing endpoints in the age of modern work and collecting data from myriad digital platforms and channels. These growing challenges demand a Digital Forensics and Incident Response solution that is proven, dynamic and trusted.

Our solution

Detect, investigate, respond and remediate threats quickly with OpenText™ Digital Forensic and Incident Response™. OpenText DFIR is built on 25-years of forensic investigative experience and innovation. OpenText DFIR brings you deep capabilities trusted by corporations and government agencies worldwide, found in EnCase Endpoint Security, EnCase Endpoint Investigator, and EnCase Mobile Investigator. Using these advanced digital forensic tools, you can identify, contain, and quickly eliminate threats that have breached your preventative security perimeter. This allows you to return your operations and services to a trusted state.

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  • Visibility into threats

    Stop attackers from going undetected with 360° visibity. OpenText DFIR uses MITRE ATT&CK-aligned telemetry detection to accelerate incident response.

  • Real-time detection

    When a breach occurs, time is of the essence. OpenText DFIR detects threats in real-time and presents notifications in an easy-to-read interface.

  • Configuration and flexibility

    Easily configure and adapt to unique customer requirements for flexibility to respond to fast-evolving cyberattacks.

Benefits

  • Be prepared

    Equip your team with the latest knowledge, tools and processes to respond at the first sign of intrusion.

  • Detect and respond

    Ensure full visibility into all endpoint, network and cloud sources to identify anomalous behaviour.

  • Triage

    Scope the threat to understand the extent of the compromise and its ongoing capabilities.

  • Classify and contain

    Employ deep forensic investigations to activate short-term and long-term containment of threats, while preserving evidence.

  • Remediate

    Once the threat has been contained, remediation can begin by deleting all malicious or unauthorized code, on an identified or target systems.

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