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Anatomy of a Cyber-Attack

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Beyond prevention, how does an organization “protect” themselves from a breach? With a proactive approach to cyber security.

A threat hunting and incident response platform with Forensic State Analysis is a helpful asset for any organisation. FSA works on the assumption that your network has already been breached and validates this assumption by locating the endpoints that may be affected. 

This unparalleled depth of clarity and full independence helps security analysts hunt, isolate, and respond to breaches 10x faster and makes threat hunting and IR less time consuming and scalable.

This whitepaper looks at

  • How Forensic State Analysis is not a replacement for behaviour monitoring or centralized logging, but more like a safety net for when those systems fail.
  • How FSA makes it easy for unsophisticated security teams to interpret complex instances of potentially malicious activity at scale.
  • How to determine network health before proceeding with advisory engagements.

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