HBGary yesterday announced a strategic partnership with BitSec Forensics, a computer forensics and information security consultancy with expertise in computer forensics, information security, electronic discovery, and cyber incident response. As part of this new partnership, BitSec Forensics will use HBGary’s memory forensics solutions such as Responder Pro in upcoming training courses…“Memory forensics is one of the hottest and most important areas in security today, “ said Mike Webber, co-founder of BitSec Forensics. “Our upcoming Boston training course on this topic is completely sold out. Cybercriminals are increasingly injecting malware into memory because traditional security tools have not been able to detect and protect against it – until now. HBGary is one of the leaders in memory forensics technology and continues to deliver the best-in-breed solutions to detect, analyze and report malware in memory,” said Mr. Webber.
BitSec Forensics expects to use HBGary’s memory forensics solutions in more than a dozen training courses this year.
“We are very pleased to announce this partnership with BitSec Forensics, one of the premier forensics consultancy firms in the industry. Today hackers can detect anti-virus and other security solutions and build attacks that bypass these solutions. As a result, malware is increasingly being found in computer memory. By detecting and analyzing the malware in memory, HBGary can help provide organizations with the invaluable intelligence on the origin and capabilities of other malware found in their systems. With the right tools such as HBGary Responder and expert training from BitSec Forensics, Fortune 500 and other organizations can better protect their confidential data,” said Greg Hoglund, CEO and founder of HBGary.
About HBGary, Inc.
HBGary, Inc. was founded in 2003 by renowned security expert Greg Hoglund. Mr. Hoglund and his team are internationally known experts in the field of windows internals, software reverse engineering, bug identification, rootkit techniques and countermeasures. Today HBGary specializes in developing advanced computer analysis solutions for Information Assurance (IA) analysts, Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERT’s), and Computer Forensic Investigators to detect, diagnose, and respond to computer intrusions and other cyber crime activities. The company is headquartered in Sacramento with sales offices in the Washington D.C. area. HBGary is privately held. For more information on the company, please visit: http://www.hbgary.com.
About BitSec Forensics, Inc.
BitSec Forensics, Inc. is a computer forensics and information security consultancy with offices in Maine, Massachusetts, California and Thailand. BitSec offers training and global on site expertise in computer forensics, information security, electronic discovery, and cyber incident response. BitSec Forensics, Inc. draws its expertise from a team of professionals who, prior to joining BitSec Forensics, Inc., served as computer forensic and information security experts for the United States National Security Agency, Department of State and Department of Defense; local and state law enforcement; and industry leaders in the field of computer forensics. For more information on the company, please visit http://www.bitsecforensics.com.
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