Over 80% of breaches originate from outside the network1. Attackers are gaining access through phishing, ransomware, and point-of-sale hacking. Once in, they command and control across your network boundaries.
Forensic data collection, including network forensics, is an essential element for your incident response capabilities.
Network Forensics is a sub-branch of digital forensics. It involves monitoring and analysis of computer traffic for the purposes of intrusion detection, legal evidence, or information gathering.
Transform your physical or virtual system into a network forensics sensor for free with NetMon Freemium.
To understand if you are using network forensics successfully, ask yourself the following questions:
Real-time monitoring and big data analytics
Dashboards to identify threats
Easy searches with rich, session-based metadata
Application recognition of over 3,000 distinct applications with rich classification and extensive metadata for visibility into network sessions
Access to rich forensic data
Script-based deep packet analytics (DPA) for real-time detection
Session-based full packet capture
Layer 4–7 analysis with true application ID and rich metadata
SmartCapture™ selective packet capture for cost efficiency
SmartResponse™ actions to obtain sessions through packet capture and future case analysis
LogRhythm NetMon observes, collects, and analyzes all network packet and session data—generating rich insights within one intuitive interface. Watch the video below to learn more.
Network monitoring, network forensics, and traffic analytics technology enable faster threat detection and incident response. But only a fraction of enterprises deploys this technology today.
In this on-demand webcast, you’ll learn how to break down the complexity of network monitoring tools and review scenarios using network analysis in a forensics investigation.