The BlueVoyant Threat Intelligence Services monitors an organization's external attack surface, assesses emerging risks, and deliver near real-time, actionable intelligence that is specific to a particular business. The offering can reduce the risk of attack from malicious IP addresses and domain names with advanced warning of cyberattacks in formation.
Milan Patel, Chief Client Officer at BlueVoyant, and Nayan Patel, Vice President, Strategic Alliances, Open Solutions at Fiserv, discuss the evolving threat landscape and CyberProtect - a joint Managed Detection and Response Service specifically designed for the financial services industry.
Robert Hannigan, Executive Chairman of BlueVoyant Europe and former Director of GCHQ, delivered a keynote at the 6th Annual European Cyber Security Conference: "It is challenging even for the most sophisticated company to understand its supply chain and the vulnerabilities it brings with it."
The annual Rethink Cyber thought initiative curated by Team8 brings together prominent technology leadership, industry leaders, and policymakers to discuss future trends and innovation in the cyber industry. At this year's event in New York, BlueVoyant Co-Founder and CEO Jim Rosenthal sat down with Lyanne Alfaro of NASDAQ to talk about the state of cybersecurity and the evolution of today's threat environment.
While its veracity remains in much doubt, Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover story — of Chinese spies allegedly hacking hardware manufactured in China and used by tech giants like Apple and Amazon — has once again raised the alarm about the risk to information technology’s global supply chain.
Entrepreneurs start with an idea and a belief that their vision can have a massive impact. It doesn’t always work out that way. But when it does, the effect can be world-changing: A breakthrough startup can scramble industries, alter how we work and live, and shift talent flows around the world. It’s no wonder that we tend to follow the fortunes of these founders and those who choose to work for them so carefully.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the country’s hottest startups. In 2018, you don’t have to be in tech — or even live in Silicon Valley — in order to work at one.