WHAT: Threat intelligence appliance that ties the Norse DarkMatter infrastructure to your network.
VENDOR: iSIGHT Partners
WHAT: Adds a lot of value to your security stack by applying threat intelligence. Provides a prodigious amount of extremely useful research, much of it from analysts around the globe.
PRICE: Varies depending on deployment.
WHAT: This is a general open source intelligence tool with a solid, though not extensive, focus on cyberintelligence.
PRICE: Company subscriptions start at $25.000 per year.
VENDOR: NIKSUN, Inc.
WHAT: Comprehensive, easy-to-use network forensic tool.
PRICE: Depends on configuration, contact vendor.
WHAT: This is more than a case management tool – it is a lab management tool.
PRICE: $6,500 plus training costs
VENDOR: Guidance Software, Inc
WHAT: Solid performance and loads of features to make the forensic analyst’s job easier and faster.
PRICE: $3,594 including first year of support.
WHAT: It is everything that one needs to acquire disks and scan networks for active services in the field.
WHAT: Absolutely solid mobile device forensic tool(s).
PRICE: Starts at $9,000.
VENDOR: ADF Solutions
WHAT: A well-thought-out forensic tool kit that is customised for a particular use case and has everything necessary for field application.
PRICE: Triage-Responder: one-year software license (including kit): $748, one-year license renewal $529; Triage-Examiner: one-year software license (including kit): $1,448, one-year license renewal $1,199; Triage-G2: three-year software license (including kit): $4,148, three-year license renewal $3,999.
WHAT: Solid suite of products that work together to form the core of a computer forensic lab operation.
PRICE: FTK perpetual license: $3,995, Cerberus adds $2,400; AD Triage: $1,500; MPE +: $2,495, Velocitor add-on adds $3,000 (includes Forensic Tool Kit, AD Triage and Mobile Phone Examiner Plus).
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