93% of all malware and network breaches are delivered via email.
Whether you are working toward GDPR compliance, or just equipping your IT security teams for success, the ability to scan an end user's email account to find historical attacks and payloads being used to infiltrate the network has become a critical step in data loss prevention and resolution.
The process of going through thousands of emails to find the needle in the haystack is a daunting task for any security team. The process can takes weeks or months to perform, and while the team is working through the attack, the attacker has already left with your data and could be posting it for sale on the dark web.
Now the process of finding the hidden threat has been reduced to minutes or hours, allowing your organization to take a strategic or tactical stand against data loss now.
The CyVectors Solution
The CyVectors Forensics platform runs on any Windows 10 workstation, allowing you to assign forensics tasks to any employee without deploying large back-end systems or planning for disruptive integrations to existing systems.
The CyVectors forensics system connects to the same artificial intelligence aggregation cloud that our prevention and diagnostics solutions use, allowing the findings in forensics to be applied to the rest of the data loss prevention process.
The process of analyzing any employee's email account is simple. Drop any email user's PST file into the forensics system and click go. After a period of time, the forensics system produces a report displaying inbound attack vectors, payloads used to penetrate your network, geolocated source information showing where the sender of the email was located when the attack(s) occurred, and a wealth of information your security and IT teams can use to prevent the attacks in the future.
Every email and attachment is separated, numbered, dissected, and analyzed for professional reporting in PowerBI, and you can drop in multiple PST files to compare breach impact. Collect the email evidence that led to the breach even if the workstation was locked by ransomware or other malware.