New Binalyze DFIR features to help organizations build a cyber-resilient environment in 2022

Throughout 2021, we have continued to innovate to deliver World-class digital forensics and incident response solutions that are lightning-fast, easy to use, remote, scalable and automated – fit for purpose in the modern cyber threat environment.

In 2022 we will be taking things to the next level with an exciting roadmap of new features and capabilities that will continue to bring digital forensics to the middle of the cyber-security toolkit and enhance incident response processes, reduce risk and improve cyber-resilience.

Here are just a few of the things we will be launching early in 2022:

Organizations will be able to enjoy the benefits of the InterACT feature in Binalyze AIR which will make it possible to have a remote cross-platform shell to run commands directly on single or multiple endpoints.

To further elevate the triage process for DFIR practitioners Binalyze AIR will also introduce the ability to run Sigma rules on thousands of live endpoints fully remotely and concurrently.


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Presently with Binalyze AIR, you can deploy triage with YARA rules to scan system and memory files but by adding Sigma rules you will be able to run the most up-to-date Sigma rules on thousands of live endpoints fully remotely, rather than on the logs. 

And finally,  some great news for our MacOS community. Early next year Binalyze AIR will be officially supported on the MacOS operating system. This was a popular request from a large number of our customers so we incorporated the feature into our roadmap right away and early next year Binalyze AIR will be supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS.

These features will be released early in 2022 and will further simplify and enhance processes and practices for DFIR practitioners across the World. However, they are just a small part of our overall roadmap, do not hesitate to contact us if you want to learn more or try for free automated incident response solutions. 

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Looking ahead, Alan mentions MSAB's new CEO and hints at some exciting developments coming down the pipeline. He spotlights recent enhancements to XEC Director's speed and database functionality for managing large estates of networked Kiosks. Alan also plugs the new XEC Director training he created to help users fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

00:00 – Introduction to Alan Platt
07:00 – Training
12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
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Alan Platt, Professional Services Consultant at MSAB, discusses his experience as a former UK police officer working in digital forensics. He talks about the different levels of digital forensics capabilities within police forces and how MSAB products like XAMN and XEC Director are used by frontline officers versus lab analysts.

The discussion covers how MSAB partners with law enforcement to develop custom workflows for mobile device acquisitions that facilitate ISO compliance. Alan explains MSAB's managed service offering, where approved MSAB staff can remotely access a customer's XEC Director server to assist with software updates and troubleshooting. He emphasizes the strict data segregation policies enforced by customers to prevent MSAB from accessing any sensitive case data.

Looking ahead, Alan mentions MSAB's new CEO and hints at some exciting developments coming down the pipeline. He spotlights recent enhancements to XEC Director's speed and database functionality for managing large estates of networked Kiosks. Alan also plugs the new XEC Director training he created to help users fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

00:00 – Introduction to Alan Platt
07:00 – Training
12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
32:40 – XEC Director
43:45 – Privacy of user data

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