Experience The Power Of Binalyze AIR, Live At Black Hat Europe

By Rachael Easter

It’s almost time for Black Hat Europe in London. For me and my colleagues at Binalyze, this isn’t just any other event. We’ve been working together for months to unveil Binalyze AIR 4.0 in person – the newest iteration of AIR, our cutting-edge DFIR solution.

Every time Black Hat Europe comes around, it feels unique to me. As a part of the Binalyze team, I’ve witnessed our presence expand at Black Hat events worldwide. Every live session and discussion is laser-focused on the needs of security professionals worldwide, whom we’re committed to helping define the next era of DFIR.

AIR 4.0 ushers in some major design upgrades. Firstly, we’ve amped up the user experience significantly. We aimed to make all essential functions easy to use and totally intuitive. By introducing adaptive, contextualized menus, we’ve placed everything right where you’d instinctively need it.

Next up, we’ve revamped our Consolidated Reports, now rebranded as the Investigation Hub. The aim? To enhance its value and simplify the process of viewing all of the critical information for your investigations. It includes MITRE ATT&CK mapping to help you understand an attacker’s behavior and their tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) with further IOC enrichment. If you want a live tour of AIR, swing by our booth for more details.


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On Wednesday, our SVP of Growth, Steve Jackson, is excited to host his own session, ‘Resolving incident response challenges in your SOC with automation, speed, and collaboration in 2024.’ Here, he’ll shed light on the changing dynamics of DFIR as it gravitates toward the epicenter of the security stack for both enterprise SOCs and is a big new revenue generator for MSSPs.

Ready to join us? Find me and the rest of Binalyze’s UK & Europe team on Booth 442, where we’ll give you a personalized exploration of everything AIR has to offer. You can even skip the queues and book your bespoke demo here.

Back in 2018, Binalyze made a pledge to redefine DFIR. We envisioned a game-changing DFIR solution and are committed to living up to and surpassing that aspiration.

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