Softcell Partners with Binalyze To Provide Digital Forensics and Incident Response Solutions in India
Moneylife Digital Team 04 December 2023
Mumbai-based IT services provider Softcell Technologies Global Pvt Ltd (Softcell) has partnered with Binalyze, the creator of AIR, the world's fastest and most comprehensive Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) platform to provide digital forensics and incident response solutions in India.
This collaboration combines Softcell's extensive experience in providing cutting-edge IT services and solutions with Binalyze's industry-leading expertise in developing innovative DFIR technologies. The union of these two security-centric innovative organisations aims to drive forward significant advancements in digital forensics, incident response, and cybersecurity capabilities, Softcell says.
In a statement, Sunil Dalal, founder and managing director (MD) of Softcell, says, "This collaboration will not only enhance our ability to protect our clients against evolving cyber threats but also empower them with state-of-the-art tools and technologies to stay ahead in an increasingly complex digital landscape."
Known for its exceptional speed and comprehensive capabilities, Binalyze's AIR solution enables organisations to swiftly and accurately investigate cyber incidents, analyse digital evidence and respond effectively to security breaches. By integrating AIR into Softcell's portfolio, the release says, clients can now access a DFIR solution unrivalled in its performance, speed and capabilities.
"I am thrilled to announce our partnership with Softcell, marking a significant step in our mission to provide enhanced DFIR protection in the growing Indian market. Together, we will work to empower even more organisations to stay one step ahead of cyber threats and better secure their digital assets," says Steve Jackson, senior vice president (SVP) for growth at Binalyze.
According to Softcell, 100% breach prevention is no longer a realistic expectation. "This challenge is driving a trend towards blending traditional cyber security strategies with cyber resilience to ensure that, when a breach occurs, the organisation has the tactical tools in place for fast and effective incident response. DFIR is evolving to become fast, remote, integrated and scalable across the corporate network, pushing forensic readiness toward the center of the security stack."
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adityag
3 months ago
Good stuff!
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