Breach Audit


At Decyifer, our Previous Breach Investigation services provide you with the expertise of our investigative and data analysis team to thoroughly examine a past security breach with a fresh perspective. Our goal is to uncover new information, identify any shortcuts or missed steps, and evaluate any violated protocols. By doing so, we aim to enhance your security measures and explore potential opportunities for out-of-court settlements or legal action.

Our Previous Breach Investigation services cover a wide range of breach types, including:

  • Theft of Intellectual Property: This involves the unauthorized acquisition of trademarks, copyrights, proprietary information, trade secrets, and research and development data.
  • State-sponsored Breaches: Investigating cyber attacks sponsored or initiated by governmental entities.
  • Corporate Espionage: Examination of incidents involving the theft of sensitive information from one company by another.
  • Ransomware: Analysis and investigation of malicious software that encrypts data and demands a ransom for its release.
  • Malware: Identification and assessment of malicious software designed to disrupt or damage computer systems.
  • Denial of Service (DDoS): Investigation of attacks that overwhelm a target system or network, rendering it unavailable to users.
  • Phishing Attacks: Evaluation of fraudulent attempts to deceive individuals into revealing sensitive information such as passwords or financial details.
  • Identity Theft: Investigation into the unauthorized use of someone’s personal information for fraudulent purposes.
  • Digital Fraud: Examination of fraudulent activities carried out online, such as financial scams or deceptive practices.
  • Trojan Attacks: Assessment and identification of malware disguised as legitimate software, allowing unauthorized access to systems.
  • Cyberbullying: Examination of online harassment or intimidation, often involving the misuse of personal information.

You can leverage our expertise to gain fresh insights into past security breaches, strengthen your security posture, and explore legal options When necessary