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Cyber Security – Total Security Services

Cyber Security for the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to alert, protect networks, computers, programs, data from attack, damage or unauthorized access. In user, business computing context, security includes both cyber security and physical security.

Our Mission,

To monitor global cyber security attacks that take computer files hostage and work with authorities to catch the extortionists behind it.  A difficult task that involves searching for digital clues and following the money.  The first suggestion of a possible link between the “ransomware”  and hackers linked to terrorist organizations makes this task require a sophisticated group of professionals to become the new digital “Gumshoes” in this new and forever changing digital world of cyber security cyber crime threats we live in.

To assist with the digital carnage that is left behind of those persons and businesses that need our assistance to seek out and identify the entry point of access to help and prevent the next attack from happening.

The last is to seek and recover the digital properties on any and all media, and recover it back if at all possible for recovery.  Help people, businesses and companies return back
to a state or normal functionality.

Avoid Cyber Threat Incident

Incident, in the context of information security technology, is an event that is not part of the normal operations that disrupts operational processes.  An incident may involve the failure of a feature, features, or service that should have been delivered or some other type of operation failure.  Cyber Security incidents are events that indicate that an organization’s systems or data may have been breached and or compromised internal or external to the network footprint.

GUMSHOE Defined

A person whose job is to find information about someone or something
: a private detective.

In the old days, gumshoes used shoe leather, telephones, and index cards. Today, they gather data from the web to drive investigative projects.  As many journalists know, the data on the web is not always in a very convenient or usable form. “Scraping” means a methodical effort to capture data disclosed on the web and put it into use-able form — typically in a database.

First, let’s note that neither journalists nor the public should have to do this, at least for federal data. The Electronic Freedom of Information Act of 1996 decreed that government records that exist in electronic form have to be made available in electronic form. But the data published on the web in html “table” format may be hard to wrangle into a structured database, where it can be combed queried for investigative fact finding purposes.

Cyber crime forensic investigation: Geek becomes gumshoe

When fallen victim to cyber crimes one should take care with their evidence collection processes. Cyber crime investigations must follow certain standards and procedures if they are to be effective.
Knowledge, skills and behaviors are required to solve or prevent today’s complex and sophisticated cyber crimes.
Investigations should have several phases, starting with a broad-based “triage-based collection of evidence.
It can be helpful to collect the easiest data,  more effort is then required to both collect and analyze
the collected forensic cyber meta data.
Automation collection tools can be set to monitor for indications of network intrusion and send alerts. The alerts-based logging of metadata could then prove useful when investigating the origin of an attack.
When a cyber crime happens, cyber security investigators will look through anti-virus logs, monitoring logs, the operating system, file system listings and other locations within the network and end points.
 Cyber security crime investigations, needs, background and requirements for cyber security researchers to assist law enforcement, and for corporate cyber security risk managers to investigate cyber crimes.

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