Why care about data and application security?
When security takes a back seat to functionality, hackers can exploit flaws in your system. You need to find and fix your vulnerabilities.
We find digital evidence.
More and more criminal, civil and internal investigations demand digital expertise, including incident response, electronic discovery, and criminal investigation.
When processing legal cases that revolve around digital artifacts it is important to follow forensically sound methods. Packetninjas uses industry-standard forensic methodologies and tools to ensure proper legal discourse. Cases involving digital evidence could include:
- Employment disputes
- Computer Fraud
- Computer Compromise
- Use of company computer for gambling, pornography, blackmail, fraud, etc.
- Embezzlement / Fraud
- Organized Crime, Narcotics, Credit Card Theft, Identity Theft
- Breach of contract
- Software Licensing
- Intellectual Property Theft
- Insurance Fraud
- Sexual Harassment
You need to respond within 48 hours.
Hacking and online bully attacks demands a quick response: the first 48 hours are the most critical.
With hacking cases we start with analysis for indicators of compromise (IOC) and a forensic review of assets compromised. Then we develop a strategic response plan so you can defend against future attacks. Then we give you a full report on what we did and how to protect yourself in the future.
For online bully or defamation cases we can provide specialized investigative capabilities and custom tools to help you identify the attacker.
Our capabilities include but are not limited to:
- Forensic analysis and acquisition
- Traffic analysis and sniffer deployments
- Custom intrusion detection signatures for specific indicators of compromise
- Memory analysis and computer forensic response
- Malware location and analysis (dynamic and static reverse engineering)
- Perpetrator tracking through open source intelligence gathering
- Attribution of adversary through specialized investigative methods
- Specialized intelligence gathering and proactive monitoring