Digital Forensics & Incident

DFIR includes various techniques and tools such as forensic imaging, malware analysis, network analysis, and log analysis. DFIR aims to minimize the damage caused by cyber incidents and prevent them from recurring.

Digital Forensics and Incident Response

Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) investigate and responds to cyber incidents such as data breaches, network intrusions, and malware attacks. It involves collecting and analyzing digital evidence to identify the scope of the incident, contain it, and recover from it. DFIR includes various techniques and tools such as forensic imaging, malware analysis, network analysis, and log analysis. DFIR aims to minimize the damage caused by cyber incidents and prevent them from recurring.

Is Your Organization DFIR Ready?

Digital Forensic and Incident Response (DFIR) services protect against the harmful impact of cyber incidents in the following ways. If your organization does not have any of the following capabilities, your organization is DFIR ready.

Early detection

DFIR helps detect cyber incidents early, allowing organizations to respond quickly and prevent further damage. According to IBM’s 2021 Cost of a Data Breach Report, organizations that could detect and contain a data breach in less than 200 days saved an average of $1.2 million.

Effective response

DFIR provides a comprehensive approach to managing cyber incidents, including investigation, containment, and recovery. A study by the Ponemon Institute found that organizations with a well-defined incident response plan had an average cost savings of $1.23 million per breach.

Mitigation of damage

DFIR helps mitigate the damage caused by cyber incidents. For instance, ransomware attacks can result in data loss and business interruption. A report by Cybersecurity Ventures found that global ransomware damage costs are predicted to reach $20 billion by 2021, up from $11.5 billion in 2019. DFIR services can help prevent such incidents and mitigate the impact if they occur.

Prevention of future incidents

DFIR helps organizations identify vulnerabilities and prevent future incidents. For instance, a vulnerability assessment can help identify weaknesses in an organization’s network or system, which can be addressed before cybercriminals exploit them.

Approach & Methodologies












Analysis: This Analysis involves analyzing the collected evidence to identify the incident’s cause and extent and determine the best course of action.

SOC-as-a-Service - Features & Benefits

Xpertize Solutions’s DFIR services involve investigating and responding to cyber incidents such as data breaches, network intrusions, and malware attacks. Outsourcing these services can be beneficial for several reasons:


Specialized expertise


Cost effective


Faster response time


Reduced liability



Specialized expertise

Xpertize Solutions provides customer access to specialized expertise that may be available in various ways and have a team of experienced professionals investigating and responding to cyber incidents. We have the necessary skills, knowledge, and tools to handle even the most complex cases.

Types of DFIR services

The testing gathers open source information prior to the engagement through online information gathering. The testing impersonates sources of authority and use a variety of techniques such as:


Network Forensics :

Investigation of network traffic to identify potential security breaches, malware infections, or other unauthorized activities.


Forensic Data Recovery:

Data recovery from damaged or corrupted digital storage devices such as hard drives, USB drives, and memory cards.


 Memory Forensics:

Analysis of a computer’s volatile memory (RAM) to identify evidence of malicious activity or to recover data that may have been lost due to a system crash.


Forensic Accounting:

Analysis of financial data to identify potential fraud or other financial crimes.


Cybercrime Investigations:

Investigation of cybercrimes such as hacking, data breaches, and identity theft.


 Digital Evidence Analysis:

Analysis of digital evidence such as emails, chat logs, and other electronic communications to support investigations and legal proceedings.


Malware Analysis:

Reverse engineering of malware to identify its purpose and functionality, as well as develop techniques for detecting and removing it from infected systems.


Social Media Investigations:

Collection and analysis of information from social media platforms to support investigations into cybercrimes, fraud, and other types of criminal activity.


 Incident Response :

Rapid identification, containment, and mitigation of security incidents to minimize their impact on an organization.


Cyber Threat Intelligence :

Collection, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence about potential cyber threats and vulnerabilities, as well as developing strategies and tools for defending against them.

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Frequently Asked Questions About DFIR?

Digital Forensics and Incident Response involve investigating and analyzing digital devices and data to identify and respond to security incidents.

DFIR services help identify and respond to security incidents, such as cyberattacks, data breaches, and computer-related crimes.

DFIR services can help with a wide range of incidents, including data breaches, malware infections, insider threats, ransomware attacks, intellectual property theft, fraud, financial crimes, and regulatory compliance violations.

DFIR investigation involves incident response planning, evidence collection, forensic analysis of digital devices and data, identification of the root cause of the incident, and recommendations for remediation and prevention.

DFIR investigations can involve the analysis of various digital devices, including desktop and laptop computers, servers, mobile devices, network devices, and cloud services.

DFIR services can also be used proactively to identify vulnerabilities in your organization’s IT systems and implement measures to prevent potential security incidents.

Xpertize Solutions DFIR engineer will have strict confidentiality policies and procedures in place, including nondisclosure agreements and secure evidence handling protocols, to protect the confidentiality of the investigation.