Cyber Security Incident Response

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Cyber intruders are continuously refining their methods to outwit your security.  Cyber threats against your organization are continuing to grow more powerful and sophisticated developing Advance Persistent Threats (APTs) that create a new level of security risk.

Through years of experience in high stakes digital forensic investigations, our experts at DIGITS LLC know where to find critical electronic evidence, preserve and analyze it using today's most sophisticated technology, forensic techniques and digital forensic software. 

Electronic evidence is at once both volatile and difficult to completely destroy. Routine business processes and deliberate attempts by unqualified personnel to examine electronic files jeopardize the integrity of the very evidence they seek to preserve, which makes it imperative to preserve the data as quickly as possible.  We will respond to computer security data breaches and mitigate any damages that might have occurred.

Because cyber security incidents can occur at any time, our digital forensic professionals are available to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to any user, company or government organization.   We collect and analyze data from computers, networks and mobile devices, utilizing proven law enforcement evidence handling procedures, preserving the data for preparation of litigation in court of law.

DIGITS LLC has a successful proven track record with assisting clients in responding to cyber security incidents.  Our investigators at DIGITS LLC have experience with assisting clients in remediating cyber security threats, getting them back on track while preventing similar incidents from occurring again.

For additional information on incident response and forensic analysis or to obtain a quote, contact a digital forensic investigator below.  For immediate assistance, call 877-216-2511 and dial 0 for the operator.  A digital forensic investigator will return your call immediately.

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