Introducing Magnet IGNITE™: A New Early Case Assessment Tool
We’re excited to announce the availability of Magnet IGNITE™, a new early case assessment tool designed for Forensic Service Providers to help their clients quickly identify which endpoints require a deeper forensic analysis.
You can use IGNITE to:
- Quickly determine if data has been exfiltrated from an endpoint
- Know whether outbound employees have taken valuable IP with them
- Identify when asset misuse or policy violation has happened
- Triage endpoints to find potentially malicious activity
And as a special limited time offer, Magnet IGNITE™ is available at no charge for the first 90 days!
Register for Magnet IGNITE here.
How You Can Use Magnet IGNITE™: A Sample Use Case
Imagine a client calls looking to do a remote collection from an endpoint that belongs to a sales rep who just gave their notice. Your client has reason to believe that the outgoing sales rep may be taking customer contact info with them as they transition to another company.
Now the clock is ticking, and you need a quick method to determine if a deeper forensic analysis is needed.
You don’t have the luxury of travel to their location or for the time needed to ship a data collection kit to your customer. Plus, when you factor in having to walk them through the steps and waiting for the kit to come back, the whole process is very cumbersome.
Enter Magnet IGNITE™.
Because IGNITE is a cloud-based early assessment tool, you can triage endpoints and identify events such as data exfiltration. And you can do it all from the comfort of your office (which is probably your spare bedroom).
Simply log in to IGNITE, perform the collection and you’ll quickly have immediate and actionable insight to pass along to your client so they can decide what to do next.
And once you have your results from IGNITE, you’ll be able to easily share that information with your client and report on it directly from within IGNITE too.
Find Out More About How IGNITE Can Help
To learn more or register for Magnet IGNITE today, visit magnetforensics.com/magnet-ignite.