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Remote Data Acquisition Method Live Forensics
Using Google Rapid Response
GRR stands for Google Rapid Response a Framework...
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OpenSUSE Asia Summit 2016

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Speaker Lightning Talk (10 Minutes) (15 min) in FOSS
Remote Data Acquisition Method Live Forensics Using the GRR Rapid Response

Venue : UIN Yogykarta

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OpenSUSE Asia Summit 2016

  1. 1. Remote Data Acquisition Method Live Forensics Using Google Rapid Response GRR stands for Google Rapid Response a Framework Remote Live Forensics Multi-Platform built and deployed by Incident Response Team Google, gained popularity by 20% until fully supported by open sources community. The main motivation in establishing a GRR Rapid Response is to improve the readiness of analysis and investigation, by lowering the cost of Investigation as well as improving the quality of digital evidence obtained the main features, Collecting Information on the Agent system which will be analyzed through the remote and features detailed monitoring of CPU Client (Agent), Memory, use of I / O and more. GRR was always designed to be open sourced, but with any sufficiently complex "enterprise" product you expect to integrate it with other systems and potentially even with proprietary technology. So its true that some of the core developers time is spent working on internal features that won’t be released publicly. The goal is to ensure that everything useful is released, Below are listed some of the key differences that may matter to you: Datastore/Storage, Security and privacy, Machine handling and monitoring Resources : https://github.com/google/grr 05 05 openSUSE Asia Summit 2016 indoforensics.wordpress.com Kaliurang KM 14.4 Besi, Sleman Yogyakarta +62 853 4765 7903 mail.arifwahyudi@gmail.com ABSTRACT Arif Wahyudi

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