Expert Digital Forensics
and Cyber Incident Response

Prevent, investigate, and respond to cybersecurity incidents.

InfoSec Cyber is a cybersecurity incident response and digital forensics company that caters to any business large or small. We also have extensive experience specific to working with attorneys and law firms in support of digital evidence collection, analysis, and reporting. So, when you or your client suffers a cybersecurity incident or data breach, InfoSec Cyber can respond and quickly identify what digital assets need to be preserved and forensically acquired in order to determine the impact and the extent of access attained by the outside party.

InfoSec Cyber offers services for two stages of cyber threats — before & after they occur.

We live in a digital world and data breaches are all too common. InfoSec Cyber can assist you or your client in proactively determining cyber risks so that business can be conducted with the assurance that confidential information is secure.

Threat Hunts | Incident Response | Digital Forensics | Cyber Training | Cybersecurity Audits


Incident Response & Digital Forensics

InfoSec Cyber’s goal is to work with companies before a data breach occurs, but this isn't always an option. Some clients come to us after a data breach or cybersecurity incident has already occurred with the goal of identifying how it occurred, what data was impacted or accessed and how to prevent future incidents. Contact InfoSec Cyberif you are experiencing a data breach or other cybersecurity incident.

Common Types of Cybersecurity Incidents

Ransomware - An attacker has infiltrated your network and encrypted your data or computer systems. The result is that you can no longer access your files or use the computers until you pay the attackers ransom demand, usually in the form of cryptocurrency, in order to regain access to your data.

Email Compromise - An attacker has gained access or visibility into your email. The attackers either send malicious emails from your account, reroute emails meant for you, or search for sensitive information in your emails. Often, a fake invoice or wire transfer request is sent to one of your contacts resulting in an average fraud loss of $20,000 - $80,000 in a single attack.

Data Breach - An attacker has gained access to your network or cloud environment and has accessed or stolen sensitive information.

Insider Threat/Employee Theft - This is an employee or contractor that uses their access to knowingly or unknowingly cause harm to the business. This could be an employee stealing company data on a thumb drive, through cloud storage, or email.

Security Treat Hunts

Threat Hunts

One of your biggest concerns may be determining whether your organization is or has been the victim of an intrusion. InfoSec Cyber’s threat hunt service allows you to evaluate your network environment to determine whether an attacker has accessed your systems or if a breach has occurred, This provides a comprehensive evaluation of all your systems, identifying potential intrusions before any indicators have been discovered. After a ransomware attack or other discovered network compromise, a Threat Hunt can also be helpful in identifying if any other systems were impacted or if there is an ongoing intrusion into your network.

Incident Response

Incident response is an organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a cybersecurity incident such as a data breach, ransomware attack, or email compromise. The goal is to identify the root cause of an incident and handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs after the compromise has been fully assessed.

In the wake of a data breach, InfoSec Cyber Incident Response offers quick answers and pragmatic solutions that allow you to focus on your business, instead of being distracted by the impact of a cybersecurity incident.

InfoSec Cyber has experience responding to incidents including network intrusions, ransomware, cyber-extortion, data breaches, social engineering, phishing schemes, and employee malfeasance. As part of the incident response service, we work to pinpoint the root cause of the incident, identify all affected systems and data, minimize the impact through containment and work with your organization to establish a viable remediation strategy. We not only help minimize the duration and impact of a security breach, but we also provide guidance on managing the entire incident, including working with law enforcement agencies and other external parties.

InfoSec Cyber will help you:

  • Identify how attackers accessed your network, including pinpointing what actions they took to gain access
  • Determine what the attackers accessed
  • Prevent future unauthorized access

Don’t let an attacker compromise your data. Engage our dependable team to identify gaps in your security, quickly answer your questions and provide recommendations to prevent future incidents. Contact us here.

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Digital Forensics

Digital Forensics

InfoSec Cyber specializes in computer and mobile forensics, working with attorneys and law firms to uncover electronic evidence for their clients and cases. With certifications, such as the GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst as well as experience with local and federal government investigations, InfoSec Cyber is fully prepared to assist in both civil and criminal cases.

What is Digital Forensics?

Digital Forensics is the recovery and analysis of data that is stored in digital devices such as computers, mobile phones, social media accounts, email, etc.

The Value of Digital Forensics for Attorneys

Digital Forensics can play a major role in many types of cases or litigation and is becoming increasingly important in the discovery process to uncover valuable digital evidence that may not exist elsewhere.

We’ll identify and extract evidence from computers, mobile devices, and the cloud, in a forensically sound manner, designed to withstand court scrutiny.

What can a Digital Forensics Investigation uncover?

Today, almost everyone interacts with computers and technology on a daily basis. Digital Forensics could potentially uncover emails, deleted data, financial records, document manipulation/altering, text messages, pictures, etc. The list goes on. All of this evidence can be used to paint a picture of activity, show intent, provide attribution, or simply uncover evidence that otherwise would not exist.

Potential Sources of Digital Evidence

  • Windows, Mac, or Linux Computers
  • Mobile devices such as iPhones, Androids, and tablets
  • Servers
  • Desktop and Laptop computers
  • Cloud Services: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon
  • USB Drives
  • Electronic documents (Metadata)
  • Email

Digital Forensics Services InfoSec Cyber Can Provide

  • Computer Forensics
  • Mobile Device Forensics
  • Forensic Imaging and Evidence Preservation
  • Metadata recovery and analysis
  • Log analysis
  • Expert Witness and Litigation Support
  • Internet history recovery and analysis
  • Deleted data recovery
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Training & Cybersecurity Assessments

The best way to protect your business and your clients are to safeguard information, train employees, and create an incident response plan before a data breach has taken place.

Data Breach Training for Employees

Cybersecurity Awareness Training for Employees

InfoSec Cyber provides training to your organization’s employees, teaching them how to detect and respond to all types of cyber threats, from malware or ransomware and data breaches to malicious insiders and everything in between. This training is for every employee, not just employees working in an IT or technical role.

Cybersecurity Incident Response Planning and Tabletop Exercises

InfoSec Cyber can provide:

  • A custom plan that details how your business should respond to a data breach or cybersecurity incident
  • A Tabletop Incident simulation to demonstrate how potential breaches may occur and how your company would respond
  • Incident response workshops that provide hands-on training for your team, teaching them how to respond to cyber security threats
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Cybersecurity Audits

InfoSec Cyber can locate your small business’s security weak spots by evaluating computer systems, applications and networks for security vulnerabilities that are most likely to be leveraged by attackers. We’ll inventory your devices to give us a better idea of what you have and the vulnerabilities that may exist.

Vulnerability Assessments

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Let’s discuss your business size, employees, data and concerns so we can create a custom cyber security plan for your business.

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InfoSec Cyber

InfoSec Cyber can help your organization or client with a variety of its cyber security needs. The team at InfoSec Cyber includes incident responders and digital forensic investigators that have conducted security assessments and digital forensics for both the federal government and private clients. Your digital security is our top priority.

Bryan Barnhart

Meet the InfoSec Cyber Founder

Bryan is a digital forensic investigator and cyber security specialist with 20+ years of information security experience in the public and private sectors. He’s conducted digital forensics and hacking investigations for both small and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to entering the private sector, Bryan was a police detective assigned to the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force in which he investigated child exploitation, data breaches, corporate hacks, identity theft and fraud.

He now brings that same level of critical understanding and expertise to his clients at InfoSec Cyber. He enjoys the investigative side of digital forensics and incident response, taking pride in answering clients’ questions and concerns with straightforward and comprehensive insight.

What to do after a data breach?

The first thing you need to do after a data breach is to identify the root cause and impact — how the breach occurred and what information was accessed. This allows steps to be taken to respond to the incident and prevent future attacks. We help identify the cause of the attack so you can contain the incident, as well as shore up your business against future attacks.

How do you prevent cyber security attacks on businesses?

Data breaches can occur in a variety of ways — through phishing attempts with employees, data breaches online, network infiltrations and more. There are a variety of ways that you can fortify your business against cyber threats. We offer a variety of employee training sessions, simulations and threat assessments to help you protect your business.