Focus on threat investigation and automate your workload.
Focus your energy on investigating the threat itself and highlight the critical steps taken by threat actors, diverting you from routine tasks such as analyzing digital forensic artifacts and verifying signatures. Defants vSIRT was created by experts for experts to automate and simplify your work as much as possible.
Discover how Defants vSIRT revolutionizes investigation's report for smooth, accurate incident response
Respond to an incident in minutes
Generate the context you need to understand each incident at a glance
Create powerful executive summaries for rapid decision-making
Go further than ever in your investigations
Conduct in-depth investigations with ease, using an integrated methodology
Save time for investigations that are worthwhile
Get informed conclusions using automated data analysis
Avoid time-consuming report writing
Collaborate instantly with your team for complete and accurate reports
Defants vSIRT by its users
Defants vSIRT facilitates collaborative analysis on both small and large perimeters. I was quickly surprised by the speed with which I was able to get answers about events that had taken place on the analyzed datasets.
Defants vSIRT is an excellent solution that can provide key information on an attack in just a few minutes, saving the analyst valuable time in investigating, interpreting and understanding the incident.
Simplify your Investigation Reports with Defants vSIRT
Collaboration and Automation
Defants vSIRT allows you to create automatic Timeline and Report generation, with all the benefits of our semantic rules but also Yara, Sigma and Mitre Attack rules as well as your own rules
Share your knowlegde
During analysis, each time an analyst examines an effect or sequence, he or she can tag them (legitimate, suspicious, malicious), insert notes and comments – for use by team members.
Defants vSIRT supports the majority of tools on the market (DFIR ORC, Unix, Kroll, Own, Velociraptor…) and has an Open API for collection data injection.
The knowledge graph is a new way of representing the data collected and to be analyzed. This view offers a simpler way of tracking attack paths and onboarding junior profiles more effectively.