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Network Forensics is a branch of computing services that focuses on the collection, analysis, and reporting of digital evidence from a network. It is used to investigate cybercrime, identify security threats, and protect networks from malicious activity. Network forensics involves the use of specialized tools and techniques to capture, analyze, and report on network traffic. This includes the analysis of network packets, logs, and other data sources to identify malicious activity. Network forensics is an important tool for organizations to protect their networks from cyber threats. It can help organizations detect and respond to security incidents, identify malicious actors, and protect their networks from future attacks. Network forensics can also be used to investigate cybercrime and identify the source of malicious activity. Companies in the network forensics market include FireEye, Splunk, LogRhythm, RSA Security, and IBM Security. Show Less Read more