DRONE: A Revolutionary Approach To Remote Forensics And Compromise Assessment

Have you ever thought that digital forensics needs some change? That it takes too much time to run a digital forensics investigation when you desperately need to react in the fastest possible way to an incident?

80% of IT experts surveyed in 2020 specifically said that DFIR is the most challenging aspect of cybersecurity due to insufficient technology, a weak chain of in-house expertise, and the time needed to perform digital forensic analysis. 

If you have spent any time thinking about this then you are not alone. We did as well. We thought a lot about it and finally came up with a solution to change the digital forensics ecosystem for good.

Based on survey responses, data, and experience from DFIR practitioners worldwide, Binalyze is proud to announce the major release of our newest product in the enterprise forensics suite: Binalyze DRONE. 

This innovative new approach is built for organizations that need to perform agile, efficient and remote digital forensics investigations. 

Binalyze AIR, with all the innovative set of features, allows you to perform evidence acquisition in under 10 minutes. With DRONE, you can gather all collected digital evidence and analyze them just as fast. This capability allows organizations to quickly understand their network by acquiring and analyzing data across all endpoints in minutes. 

DRONE highlights: 

  • Fully remote endpoint assessment
  • Ultra-fast early case assessments
  • Automated compromise assessments
  • Rapid keyword searching of forensic evidence
  • Anomaly detection on endpoint forensic data
  • Support for Sigma rule scanning on a live endpoint
  • Decrease preliminary analysis time to minutes
  • Support analysts with less experience to make informed decisions

Join us live for an interactive conversation about the new product launch and its functionalities with our CEO Emre Tinaztepe, a cybersecurity veteran in DFIR with more than a decade of experience in the industry, as he shares a demo of the new product functionalities with his unique perspective on DFIR.

Date: 12th May 2021

Time:  10 am and 4pm (BST)

Presenter: Emre Tınaztepe

Register here.

The beta release will be on 13th May.

The path to better incident response management starts here.

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