Original Press Release
TraceSecurity Unveils TraceSecurity Digital Forensics; Acute Insight into the Source of a Breach
Press release date: April 7, 2008
BATON ROUGE, La., April 7, 2008 / / - Extending its footprint in the security compliance market, TraceSecurity today introduced its TraceSecurity Digital Forensics (TS-DF) service to help clients identify the source of a breach. This expansion in its suite of security compliance products and services enables them to thoroughly examine a customer's IT infrastructure and determine the precise vector of a breach. With the intense wave of corporate breaches TraceSecurity understands that implementing preventive measures and recovering from the cost and negative publicity of a breach hinges on exposing the root cause of the breach.
"TraceSecurity Digital Forensics is a unique service offering," said Jim Stickley, CTO of TraceSecurity. "We added it to our portfolio of solutions because we know that it is mandatory that organizations know the origin of a breach so that they can eliminate the threat. Our extensive security and forensics expertise also made it a natural addition."
TraceSecurity's expert Digital Forensics team conducts a comprehensive forensic analysis of the customer's entire IT infrastructure to establish and compile evidence of how a breach occurred. Today, organizations are not only seeing breaches from external sources, but insider threat is fast becoming the most common cause of security incidents. TS-DF becomes a vital service for entities as it extends beyond external breaches to theft by fraud, organizational data and computer misuse as well as compliance.
Clients benefit from the exhaustive computer forensic examination on their IT network and data infrastructure in addition to the detailed forensic reports. These reports allow them to support or refute legal proceedings, make determinations of computer misuse, assist internal investigations into data breaches, and provide other forms of electronic discovery. Most importantly it gives the conclusive evidence needed to prevent a reoccurrence. The TS-DF examinations are conducted by a highly trained team of experts with extensive experience in the data forensic field. TraceSecurity uses both proprietary and open source software to conduct the most thorough forensic exam possible. Organizations can begin benefiting immediately form this newest offering by contacting the sales division of TraceSecurity.
TraceSecurity is a leading provider of security compliance and risk management solutions. The company helps organizations of all sizes to achieve, maintain and demonstrate security compliance while significantly improving their security posture. Key to TraceSecurity's success is the company's comprehensive patent-pending methodology that helps clients address all of the critical components of a successful security compliance program: people, process and technology.
TraceSecurity delivers its solutions through an integrated software-as-a-service platform backed by expert professional services and comprehensive security awareness programs. The company's flagship offering, TraceSecurity Compliance Manager, is the first comprehensive solution to automate regulatory compliance audits, board level reporting, policy management, vulnerability assessment, and employee education and testing. The company's expert professional services include onsite security audits and social engineering. The security awareness programs include an exhaustive set of standard offerings as well as custom designed courses. With over 800 clients, TraceSecurity supports the risk management and security compliance efforts of organizations in financial services, healthcare, insurance, government and other regulated sectors. For more information, please visit www.tracesecurity.com.
CONTACT: David Splivalo for TraceSecurity, +1-515-223-4343, email@example.com
Web site: http://www.tracesecurity.com/