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Digital Forensics and Incident Response Services

Cyberattacks are on the rise, and attackers are inventing new ways to destroy your business from the inside. Our digital forensics and incident response services can help to predict, detect and mitigate cybersecurity incidents. Also, our DFIR experts can help your organisation to respond to digital fraud, malware infection and data theft with cutting-edge cybersecurity tools.

Your Organisation Needs Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)

More and more data is processed online daily, leaving organisations with no security vulnerable to cyberattacks and fraud. This issue makes some organisations adopt digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) as a central strategy to ensure protection from attackers. A robust digital forensic service will allow your organisation to respond to incidents quickly and accurately and identify vulnerabilities in your security infrastructure. So, what is digital forensics and incident response?

DFIR is a cybersecurity branch that helps businesses identify, investigate, contain and remediate security breaches. It is used in computer forensic services to detect malware and investigate what happened on a computer, phone or tablet. At the same time, security incident response suggests measures to stop the spread of infection.

Digital Forensics and Incident Response

File system forensics
Analysing the organisation's file system to detect signs of compromise.

Memory forensics
Examining an organisation's system memory for security breaches that may not appear in your file system.

Network analysis
Analysing network activities include checking web browsing, emails and messages to identify incidents, understand the attacker's techniques and evaluate the scope.

Log file analysis
Reviewing activity logs to identify suspicious activity.

What You Get with Our DFIR Services

Your business can benefit from Mindfire's digital forensics and incident response approach in the following ways.

First Line of Defence

We have cybersecurity professionals who will look after your IT security and respond to incidents that threaten your business. While attackers may be able to exploit vulnerable software on your network, they won't get past our response team, who constantly apply their digital forensics skills to look for compromise on your network.

Attack Contained

Our digital forensics and incident response services ensure that cyberattacks are rapidly contained to secure your organisation's system. It reduces the chances of the attack spreading across your networks and enables your organisation to counter the most sophisticated incident.

Live Incident Response

Our DFIR experts are always available to help detect and prevent an incident. When our professionals detect an attempt to compromise your network, they rapidly respond to block the attack with minimal damage to your system and little involvement from your team.

Data Recovery

In the event of data loss, our DFIR team can help you recover lost information. Also, we will help you mitigate the impact of cyberattacks, including ransomware and wipers. Regardless of your business nature, our DFIR experts will ensure that your data stays protected.

Threat Hunting

When we discover threats, our experts will investigate and analyse patterns of malicious activities to determine broader patterns and mitigate against future threats. By understanding our adversary has bypassed your system defence, our team will provide the insight to address and correct flaws to prevent future attacks.

Advanced Preparation

Using the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), our experts will analyse cybersecurity threat-related information from your organisation's device to find security breaches.

How It Works

The DFIR Phase

Digital forensics and incident response services include several phases that involve identifying, investigating, containing, remediating and supporting.


The expert seeks to gather all evidence about the occurrence of a security incident. This DFIR step requires deep technical expertise and analysis of digital devices like computers, tablets and phones. The data evidence is reviewed to gain insights into the incident and draw conclusions on the evidence found.


After identifying the scope and severity of a security incident, the investigation process begins. The DFIR team investigates to identify threats, collect evidence and provide in-depth DFIR reports. It also involves examining and modelling data to transform it into helpful evidence.


DFIR experts will prevent the spread of security incidents and stop the lateral movement of the threat across your system. It usually involves containing active threats identified from the investigation, isolating infected hosts, and breaking attackers' communication channels.


This phase involves remediating infected network systems to ensure they are free of threats and to recover data lost to theft. Strict security policies and measures are taken to prevent future attacks.

Support and report

The digital response and incident response are usually closed with customised DFIR reporting and a plan for ongoing support on how to mitigate vulnerabilities.

Support and report

The digital response and incident response are usually closed with customised DFIR reporting and a plan for ongoing support on how to mitigate vulnerabilities.

The Goals of DFIR

The goals of digital forensics and incident response include:

  • Responding to attacks as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Investigating an attack by examining devices and your organisation's network to determine the cause of a breach.
  • Reduce data loss, damage to your organisation's system, reputation, and business disruption.
  • Prepare the organisation to reduce the risk of a future attack.
  • Rapidly recover from a security attack by identifying the root cause and eradicating the threat across the organisation's systems.
  • Provide evidence to an organisation for legal action, testifying and effective prosecution of attackers by law authorities.

How to Choose a DFIR Service Provider

These are a few things to consider:

Forensics Capability
Consider how the DFIR service provider handles forensics evidence and uses tools like forensics laboratories, specialise storage systems etc., to handle investigations.

DFIR Experts
Evaluate the expertise of the incident responders to determine if they are the best fit for your organisation.

Track Record
Ensure that the computer forensic service provider you choose has a proven track record of helping organisations like yours. It will guarantee that the provider has the skills to track and remediate incidents.

If your organisation is multinational, the DFIR service provider should be able to operate in different countries in response to incidents.

Scope of Service
Forensic cybersecurity providers should provide services like vulnerability testing, threat hunting, security education, incident response, and investigation.

Why Choose Mindfire as Your Digital Forensics and Incident Response Provider?

At Mindfire, we align security with your business; organisations trust us to meet their cybersecurity needs because of our track record. Our digital forensics and incident response service is tailored to each organisation's needs. Also, our experts are trained and certified in the industry standard for DFIR technology and procedures.

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If you are looking for reliable and efficient solutions to enhance your business operations, Mindfire is the perfect partner for you. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your goals. Whether you need Cyber Security Services, Managed Security Services (MSS), Consulting Services, Cyber Risk Management Services, Cloud Services, Digital Services, or Digital Transformation, our team of experts is here to assist you every step of the way. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us and take your business to the next level with Mindfire.