2 The Crypsis Group Named a Top 10 Digital Forensics Company

Author: Admin Sep 25, 2019 11:42:35 AM

For many enterprises, keeping up with today’s threat landscape can seem like an insurmountable challenge. Network intrusions and major data breaches are a constant concern, driven by ransomware, business email compromise attacks, and more. As just one example, according to the 2019 Internet Security Threat Report, “attack groups using malware designed to destroy and disrupt business operations increased by 25 percent in 2018.”

With this the present reality, the market for digital forensics services has been growing. In their July 2019 issue, Enterprise Security Magazine identified the Top 10 Digital Forensics Services Companies of 2019 — and The Crypsis Group was included on the list! We’re proud of the achievement and the way it represents the quality of our services, particularly as digital forensics are now an important piece of the security puzzle. 

The Crypsis Group Approach to Digital Investigations 

At Crypsis, we’ve developed a unique methodology to apply digital forensics to incident response and internal investigations. We then incorporate learnings into our risk management services.

Bret Padres, CEO of the Crypsis Group, told Enterprise Security Magazine: “Our objective is to respond quickly and verify that the attack has occurred, identify how it happened, eliminate the threat, and then apply a layer of sustainable threat protection solutions to prevent further intrusions.” 

Through forensics tools and investigative expertise, Crypsis experts uncover critical evidence from an enterprise’s digital environment, including laptops, servers, network storage, email systems, and cloud storage. That evidence then provides the path forward to determine the source of an incident, identify how to resolve it, and what steps need to be taken to prevent future attacks.

Our team has worked in some of the cyber world’s most challenging cyber environments and supported global organizations across multiple industries, including healthcare, retail, e-commerce, and energy. 

“There is a lot we can do to build a more effective cybersecurity program for clients and thereby reduce opportunities for a cybercriminal or other threat actors to gain access to a network,” Padres said.

Read more in the full article in Enterprise Security Magazine: “The Crypsis Group: Building a Secure Digital World.”

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