The Cyber Defense 2018 Global Award for "Hot Company Forensics" has been won by international cybersecurity company Resecurity in recognition of one of its core products - Context™, combining a platform for digital forensics, intelligence analysis and cybercrime investigations.
The Cyber Defense 2018 Global Award for “Hot Company Forensics” has been won by international cybersecurity company Resecurity.
Cyber Defense Magazine scoured the world to reach out to almost 3,000 InfoSec players from the USA to Israel to Japanand to Germany, before narrowing the list down to a small group of finalists, announcing the winners at the major IP Expo Europe conference in London on October 3.
"Cyber Defense Magazine spent six months searching the globe to find the most innovative and cutting-edge cyber security companies for our Cyber Defense 2018 Global Awards," said Gary S. Miliefsky, Publisher, Cyber Defense Magazine. "Resecurity, Inc. won this award for 'Hot Company Forensics' because it is an innovator on a mission to help stop breaches and get one step ahead of the next threat, proactively."
The "Hot Company Forensics" award went to Resecurity for its development of innovative technologies for digital forensics and cybercrime investigation. Leveraging its strong partnerships with law enforcement agencies internationally, Resecurity has developed a next-generation digital forensics platform - Context™ - now being utilized by leading Fortune 500 corporations and governments.
In order to enable commercial organizations to take full advantage of next-generation forensics tools, Resecurity developed Context™ in close consultation with law enforcement agencies and security professionals. Context™ is delivered on a platform-as-a-service model (PaaS) model in order to simplify forensics procedures in the enterprise environment, providing companies with comprehensive forensics reports and valuable analytical information. The Context™ platform supports numerous file formats and platforms, including desktop, mobile platforms and cloud-based environments. It can be used for file, network and malware forensics, along with actor-focused investigations.
Combining forensics analysis with data enrichment technologies in this way enables Resecurity to provide the end forensics results with additional meaningful intelligence from repositories ranging from IP reputation, indicators of compromise (IOCs) and breached data to historical Dark Web records. Resecurity's Context™ now has a growing meta database of over 600 million Dark Web records, 8 billion Compromised Credentials, 12 million threat actors and over 30 million IOCs extracted from various Dark Web sources and analyzed security incidents (targeted cyberattacks, cyberespionage campaigns, malicious activity).
According to Resecurity chief executive, Charles Yoo: "Resecurity is an intelligence-driven company with a great team of experts, who understand the vital role of data in digital forensics and computer crimes investigations in practice. Our mission was to build a scalable next-generation digital forensics platform which will help law enforcement, fraud and risk managers, investigators, DFIR experts and intelligence analysts to accelerate the pre- and post-analysis lifecycle - making their work more effective and scalable and, crucially, more cost and time-efficient. We are proud to win the 'Hot Company Forensics' category in the Cyber Defense 2018 Global Awards and will keep doing a great job for the worldwide security and intelligence community."