CYBERSECURITY AND INCIDENT RESPONSE
HOW TO PREVENT AND

RECOVER FROM DATA BREACHES

Is your business susceptible to a cyber attack or data breach? Has valuable information already been compromised? bit-x-bit offers incident response solutions to help identify and contain breaches affecting proprietary and confidential data.
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CYBERSECURITY
HOW TO PREVENT AND RECOVER FROM DATA BREACHES
Is your business susceptible to a cyber attack or data breach? Has valuable information already been compromised? bit-x-bit offers incident response solutions to help identify and contain breaches affecting proprietary and confidential data.
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Data security breaches are a constant threat. If you have experienced a breach, bit-x-bit’s independent certified cybersecurity and forensic experts can identify and contain the breach, and quickly preserve your existing data.

Our services include on-site incident response, analysis of data breaches and privacy violations, malware reverse engineering, data loss prevention (DLP) recommendations, and expert reporting and testimony.

Cybersecurity/Incident Response and Forensic Investigation
Data breaches can be the result of the actions of a disgruntled or exiting employee, or outside hackers. And whether initiated internally or externally, breaches can go undetected for days, weeks or even months. The cybersecurity and incident response team at bit-x-bit will determine exactly what happened and take action to mitigate the damage to your data, systems and business relationships. Using the most advanced cybersecurity and computer forensics technology and analysis methods, our SANS-trained cybersecurity experts, incident responders and certified forensic investigators will:
  • Secure your systems
  • Check the security “health” of your network
  • Identify affected systems and stolen data
  • Recover deleted information
  • Preserve critical data
  • Create a timeline of the critical events involved in the incident
  • Prescribe corrective and preventive actions to ensure the reliability and integrity of your systems, eliminate stolen private data from third-party devices and mitigate your risk for future breaches
Malware Analysis
Malicious software can appear in many forms — from the headline-grabbing latest ransomware outbreak to stealthy information stealers hidden in your devices. At bit-x-bit, we approach each malicious file analysis with industry-standard best practices, techniques and tools that identify precisely the objects and purpose of the malicious program. These techniques and analysis include:
  • Examining static properties of suspicious programs
  • Performing behavioral and dynamic analysis of malicious executables
  • De-obfuscating malicious JavaScript using debuggers and interpreters
  • Extracting packed malware from memory
This analysis leads to a solid understanding of what the malicious file did (or did not do) to the system so that decisions about what to do next are well-informed decisions rather than a simple “reset your password.”

Our malicious file analysis often leads to the identification of indicators of compromise (IOCs), such as IP addresses or domains communicating with the malware, Microsoft registry key modifications, identification of “child” or sub-processes that have been launched, code injections, and file names or other attributes of not just the malicious “payloads” but the related affected files as well. With this information, the IT security team can identify and track down other instances of the attack on other systems or put preventative measures in place to block them from happening.