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Root Cause Analysis: Finding Patient Zero During Cybersecurity Incident Response Investigations
In Q1, we released new tools to assist cybersecurity incident responders. One of those new features is a root cause analysis tool, is designed to help IR teams trace the source of suspicious activity or identified threats across their environment. This blog introduces the new root cause analysis (RCA) feature, Activity Trace, and how it can help you during proactive threat hunting and incident response investigations. What is Activity Trace? When responding to a breach, knowing which system(s) is/are compromised is a great start, but quick correlation across your network to determine the size and scope of the breach is paramount. Activity Trace correlates and combines the historical activity (events) of identified threats and malicious leads flagged by our threat hunting application, Infocyte HUNT, to build an activity timeline. This timeline includes events like file creation, file modification, process execution, and user login events. These events are organized chronologically and combined into a single timeline, so incident responders can get a clear picture of how the attack started, where, and when — in addition to how it has evolved and moved laterally through your IT environment over time.
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