Network Forensics2022-01-18T11:09:01+03:00

Network Forensics

Network forensics refers to research that obtains and analyzes information about a network or network events. This field, which is quite new in the field of forensic informatics, covers the process of collecting information and obtaining evidence and monitoring computer networks and analyzing the data collected from networks for penetration testing. Network forensic information methods are widely changing. Some surveys monitor all traffic in a network, while others use more specific and targeted observations. Network forensics can try to create digital timelines for network events and collect other types of network usage facts, including IP addresses and encrypted / unencrypted messaging.

What We Offer?

The Infinitum IT team offers companies the ability to capture and analyze network traffic, evaluate network performance, detect anomalies and exploit resources, identify network protocols used, analyze and protect data collected from multiple sources, security reviews and incident response, intellectual property protection. At the same time, our work provides a faster event response to an attack and provides a variety of methods for predicting future attacks by associating the attacks with traffic data records of previous attacks.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Network Forensics

Why Should I Use Network Forensics Service?2020-02-24T13:54:19+03:00

Traditionally, organizations have invested in network forensics when they realize they need a systematic approach to addressing security and network performance issues more quickly. This is still true, but in the age of 10G and faster networks, the forensic service has become more and more important because organizations are able to perform detailed analysis of traffic through which their networks pass at speeds of 5Gbps or higher. Today’s networks transmit so much data that the only way to track traffic and troubleshoot is to record it first.Therefore, while the network forensic service is still an priceless tool for finding evidence of security attacks, it is a must-have tool for analyzing modern networks in detail.

When Should I Use Network Forensics Service?2020-02-24T13:58:01+03:00

Network Forensics Service can be applied to many situations to solve performance, security, and policy issues in today’s high-speed networks. Some examples are listed below:

• Finding evidence of security attack
• Intermittent performance troubleshooting
• User activity monitoring for compliance with IT and HR policies
• The process of identifying the source of data leaks
• Monitoring commercial transactions
• VoIP over IP and video troubleshooting

What Do I Need to Use Network Forensics Service?2020-02-24T13:58:07+03:00

To facilitate the use of the Network Forensics service, three key capabilities are required:

Data Capture and Storage: Capability to capture and store multiple terabytes of data from high-throughput networks, including 10G or even 40G, without dropping or hijacking any packets.

Data Discovery: After the data has been saved to the storage media, the solution can be used to identify certain items of interest, such as IP address, application, context, and so on. You should provide a means to filter using. To find specific network calls or individual packets on time.

Data Analysis: Automated analysis, including expert analysis describing the content of network events, helps IT engineers quickly identify abnormal or other important network events. Once identified, they can come in and make the appropriate corrections.

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