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Introducing DRONE: A Revolution in Digital Forensics

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We’re excited to announce the launch of Binalyze DRONE, a transformation to remote digital forensics investigations. This innovative new approach is built for organizations that need to perform agile, efficient, and remote digital forensics investigations. 

What can you do with the DRONE product?

When you have an incident on your organization’s network, you need to respond efficiently and with speed. For that, DRONE is the best solution for your investigations. Built to complement the advanced features of Binalyze AIR, DRONE will not only allow you to investigate digital evidence, but together with Binalyze AIR, you can run a full DFIR investigation in minutes.

Binalyze AIR allows you to perform evidence acquisition in under 10 minutes. With DRONE, you can gather all collected digital evidence and analyze them just as fast. This capability allows organizations to quickly understand their network by acquiring and analyzing data across all endpoints in minutes. 

You can use DRONE for: 

  • Fully remote endpoint assessment
  • Ultra-fast Early Case Assessments
  • Automated Compromise Assessments
  • Rapid keyword searching of forensic evidence
  • Anomaly Detection on endpoint forensic data
  • Support for Sigma rules
  • Decreasing preliminary analysis time to minutes
  • Supporting analysts with less experience to make informed decisions

DRONE is among the first solutions in the digital forensics software pool, built on a foundation that empowers users with much faster speeds and simplified user experience, clearing up the way from heavy and time-consuming traditional digital forensics solutions. 

The motto is: It’s your data. Investigate it with speed and intelligence! 

For more than two years, Binalyzers worked on thousands of digital evidence collection cases. The fact that the team is always on the front line with the customer, we found a loophole that, if automatized, can save a ton of time and improve incident response concepts within a company. 

Let’s accept the fact: Once you have an alert in your cyber defense, you need to investigate it. Every digital environment is compiled of millions of details-multiply that by 100, 500, 1000 endpoints, and you create a workload that is even hard to imagine, let alone to investigate. In the ever-evolving and fast cyber malicious attacks, we need speed much more than ever. 

Featuring a highly efficient and lightning-fast Compromise Assessment feature, DRONE doesn’t compromise speed and efficiency while delivering best-in-class digital forensics reports.

“Today, for every business, speed is the number one priority. Recent studies clearly show that it takes just a few hours for an APT group to get what they need when they find a hole in your system,” said Emre Tinaztepe, Founder of Binalyze. 

“With a single click, DRONE creates a well-structured digital forensics report highlighting anomalies pointing you to the clues on suspicious areas in your digital environment. 

DRONE helps companies take back control over their incident response management by providing quick and efficient investigation results of thousands of endpoints in a fully automated way.  

BETA Period

The product is now available for beta testing. Visit www.binalyze.com/drone to join the beta program and be the first to try the most advanced enterprise forensics solution for your DFIR investigations. We can’t wait to hear your feedback.

In the upcoming releases, DRONE will be sold as a standalone Investigation as a Service (IaaS) product and a component of Binalyze AIR.

Find out more about how DRONE can help

To learn more or get access to DRONE, visit www.binalyze.com/drone.

For a deeper understanding of DRONE, watch the live product launch where our CEO, Emre Tınaztepe, showcased all product features and functionalities.

 

 

 

 

 

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