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  • The State of Cyber Security in the Legal Sector

    Law firms are a critical industry that possess high-value information, making them a lucrative target for cybercriminals. The following report provides a comprehensive analysis of the state of cybersecurity and cyberthreats in the legal sector. Read on to unlock the results.

  • Managed Detection and Response (MDR+)

    As threat detection, isolation and mitigation becomes increasingly complex, organizations look to third-party vendors for managed detection and response tools and capabilities. This solution brief highlights the key capabilities of at BlueVoyant’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR+) for Microsoft Defender ATP – read on to unlock the features.

  • The Economics of Cybersecurity: Preparing for Ransomware

    One of the most recent evolutions of malware is ransomware, and it’s not going anywhere. In fact, it’s grown to the point where businesses need to consider it an inevitability and prepare accordingly. This e-book is designed to help you identify the cybersecurity costs needed for building a proactive defense strategy. Read on to learn more.

  • Implications of MITRE ATT&CK for Security Teams

    The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a global knowledge hub of observed cyberattack methods and tactics, designed to enable security teams with key insights for detecting and responding to an incident. This e-book offers an overview of the MITRE ATT&CK framework, its history and the implications for security teams. Read on to get started.

  • Trends & Future Outlook

    Ransomware is one of the costliest and disruptive cyberattacks plaguing organizations, and each year the list of victims grows. In this e-book, take a closer look at the current and emerging ransomware trends including how victims are targeted and proactive measures that can be taken to prevent future attack. Read on to learn more.

  • Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

    The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a new cybersecurity requirement for DoD contractors and subcontractors designed to protect the handling of Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). But what does the CMMC entail, and when will it come into effect? Read on to find out.

  • How Do You Know If You Are Making the Right MSSP Choice?

    MSSPs make valuable partners when it comes to ensuring the protection of your network and data. However, the unique nature of cybersecurity requires a thoughtful MSSPs selection process. The following evaluation guide is designed to equip you with key considerations for assessing your current environment, as well as vetting future MSSPs.

  • 7 Experts Share Key Questions To Ask When Evaluating Providers

    Selecting the right security service provider can be a lot more difficult than deciding you need one. Take a look at how security professionals make managed security services decisions today.

  • How to Build A World-Class Cybersecurity Practice

    Cybersecurity is a constant chess match between organizations and criminals. As adversary tactics evolve, so too should the methods of the organization. This e-book offers the expertise of five BlueVoyant cybersecurity leaders with regards to today’s risks, which tools to use, and tips for building your security system. Read on to get started.

  • Everything You Should Know About Cybersecurity Assessment, Planning & Response

    Today’s threat landscape necessitates thinking about security in terms of when, not if, an attack will occur. In this e-book, join Austin Berglas, an Army Veteran with decades of experience in cybersecurity both in the private sector as well as for the FBI, as he breaks down the current challenges & remedies for today’s breaches.

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