High-stakes skills are vital to serve your organization before, during, and after a cyber breach. By understanding the anatomy of an attack, First Responders can advise investigators on the availability and reliability of your digital evidence. CBI First Responders are a trusted first-line of defense against cyberattacks. For the past 20 years, CBI First Responders helped global organizations save valuable time and money. The CBI First Responder cybersecurity team utilizes the industry’s most trusted techniques and technologies to analyze threats, design secure computing and network environments, proactively defend networks, and investigate cybersecurity incidents.
After an incident, returning to business as usual can be challenging. Steps to regain normal operations and limit damage to your organization and your stakeholders can continue long after the incident or crisis. CBI has developed an industry-leading remediation and recovery methodology that helps you quickly regain control of your business-critical systems and remediate your networks.
In the aftermath of a cyber incident, it is essential to immediately isolate the impacted systems and identify the hosts involved. Cyber Forensics investigations should start with pre-attack analysis. By taking an approach where an understanding of the anatomy of an attack is developed, the CBI Cyber Investigation teams have the high-stakes skills needed to serve your organization after a breach. CBI has developed an industry-leading forensic methodology that allows specific identification of the affected systems, rapid and thorough forensic analysis, and a protocol to assist clients in remediating their networks.
Let us train your team to become first responders. First Responder Duty: Responds to crises or urgent situations within the pertinent domain to mitigate immediate and potential threats. Uses mitigation, preparedness, and response and recovery approaches, as needed, to maximize survival of life, preservation of property, and information security. Investigates and analyzes all relevant response activities. To defend against constant threats, cybersecurity professionals require a well-rounded understanding of the tools, processes, and strategies employed when protecting an information system.
Handling evidence is the most important aspect of digital forensics. It’s imperative that evidence isn’t altered, and it must be collected, duplicated and preserved exactly as it’s found to be analyzed accurately. Having the right partner with deep knowledge and experience is an essential way to ensure the integrity of your data. CBI’s experts will help identify critical data that must be captured for an incident. Should an event occur, our cybersecurity professionals will work with you to provide proper storage and handling of evidence, recovery of sensitive data, and coordination of your investigation.
Today more than ever, dealing with electronically stored information (“ESI”) is complex. The details are endless, and the skills needed to do it effectively are highly technical. You need experts who know forensic and eDiscovery methodologies and technologies like the back of their hand. CBI goes beyond the conventional project management flow. Our approach is to develop engagement-specific work streams and processes to ensure the most defensible overview of the identification, preservation, collection, processing, review, and production processes involving critical ESI.
Few things are more disruptive to your business than eDiscovery. Rather than slow business, rely on CBI’s proven eDiscovery process to not only mitigate risk but also uncover expense and costly distractions. Our solution allows for complete electronic discovery—regulatory, civil, FOIA, FERPA and IDEA—to tune into the specific needs of your business. Our experts will help scope, implement, support and manage your situation throughout the entire process.
As information becomes increasingly digitized, the volume of data you need to identify, track, collect and analyze can be overwhelming. CBI experts will support your enterprise when facing the prospect of legal action. Our experience spans over three decades and includes many different industries, including auto, manufacturing, financial, healthcare, government, and more.
Choosing an expert witness or consultant can be challenging, and many cases require more than one. Facing a cyber breach or internal data theft where issues arise regarding PII, PHI, reporting liability, insurance claims and more, can require a subject matter expert witness with a thorough understanding of all the technical nuances involved in enterprise cybersecurity. CBI ensures clients have the right team of experts—whether you need one or many—early-stage guidance or expert reports and testimony. CBI has a unique, customized approach to connect your team with our expert talent so you can focus on winning your case.
Digital crime is more prevalent than ever, and attacks are becoming more complex. When security software can’t pinpoint it—the eyes and expertise of a trained computer forensics professional is necessary. CBI’s Forensics training courses teach you how to become that professional. CBI has provided computer Forensic Training for more than 15 years. Instructors and trainers are Certified Forensic Computer Experts and active in the field. All CBI training material is reviewed and updated each year to ensure relevancy and accuracy.
Digital data is expanding at an alarming rate, both on-premise and within the emerging cloud. Maintaining essential corporate data, ensuring availability and timely recovery for business-critical departments are increasingly important. CBI is the recognized data protection expert and technical partner for some of the most prestigious organizations in the world, including Veritas, Symantec, Veeam, Commvault, EMC and Microsoft. We’ve been providing technical consulting, training and support on behalf of these organizations and directly to their clients for nearly three decades.