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Digital forensics conventionally called as Computer forensics, also called cyber forensics, is the application of computer investigation and analysis techniques to gather evidence

suitable for presentation in a court of law. The goal of computer forensics is to perform a structured investigation while maintaining a documented chain of evidence to find out exactly what happened on a computer and who was responsible for it.

Forensic investigators typically follow a standard set of procedures: After physically isolating the computer in question to make sure it cannot be accidentally contaminated, investigators make a digital copy of the hard drive. Once the original hard drive has been copied, it is locked in a safe or other secure storage facility to maintain its pristine condition. All investigation is done on the digital copy.

Investigators use a variety of techniques and proprietary forensic applications to examine the hard drive copy, searching hidden folders and unallocated disk space for copies of deleted, encrypted, or damaged files. Any evidence found on the digital copy is carefully documented in a “finding report” and verified with the original in preparation for legal proceedings that involve discovery, depositions, or actual litigation. In today’s environments computer forensics alone cannot give the lawful evidence in a 360 degree approach to the threats available in the IT space. So ISYX Technologies has a blend of both computer or host based forensic solutions and the Network based forensic solutions to full fill the customer’s forensics requirement.

Traditionally, network forensics has been about capturing and recording all the packets traversing the network and adding some analysis capabilities to enable investigation of security incidents after they occur. Intelligent network forensics is about being selective about capturing, visualizing, and recording sessions of interest.

Today ISYX Technologies forensics experts along with the industry leading technology partners allow an organization can find incidents more quickly and in the process reduce costs, increase network bandwidth, automate incident response, and attain proactive situational awareness.

With powerful features such as real-time visualization of network activity and granular control over event capture, Fidelis XPS gives network forensics and incident response teams the ability to not only detect a threat on the way into the network, but the ability to prevent it by cutting off the channel used to send the stolen information home.