Booz Allen Acquires Tracepoint Digital Forensics, Incident Response Security Company
Booz Allen Hamilton acquires Tracepoint for digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) security capabilities; counters FireEye Mandiant.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 08 February 2021
Today’s MSSP & MDR cybersecurity news involves Booz Allen Hamilton, CISA, Insight Partners, Maisha Glover, NCIJTF, OpenText, Thycotic & more.
Top 40 Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Security Companies List
Top 40 managed detection & response (MDR) security companies. Based on Gartner MDR Market Guide 2020 plus MSSP Alert perspectives & analysis.
Booz Allen Hamilton Targets U.S. Cybersecurity Opportunities, Potential Acquisitions
Booz Allen Hamilton primed to assist Biden administration with United States cybersecurity, CEO says. Moreover, acquisitions are possible.
Booz Allen Hamilton Invests in Tracepoint Digital Forensics
Booz Allen Hamilton, a consulting firm with a Top 250 MSSP business, makes strategic investment in cybersecurity company Tracepoint.
Booz Allen Hamilton Hires Cybersecurity Expert Andrew Turner
Booz Allen Hamilton, which has a Top 250 MSSP business, hires former Visa & Microsoft cybersecurity leader Andrew Turner as EVP of global commercial business.
Report: Threat Actors To Target Supply Chain, AI, Shipping, Telehealth, 5G in 2021
Booz Allen’s 2021 Cyber Threat Trends Outlook raises 5G network, supply chain & artificial intelligence-related cybersecurity concerns, and more.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 15 May 2020
Today’s MSSP & SIEM news involves Booz Allen, Check Point, Citrix, Coalition cyber insurance, D&H Distributing, Fortinet, Securonix, Vade Secure & more.
MDR vs. MSSP Security Services: What’s the Difference?
What’s the difference between managed detection & response (MDR) vs. managed security services providers (MSSPs)? Gartner points to 7 cybersecurity traits.
Booz Allen Wins $1.03 Billion U.S. Federal Government Cybersecurity Deal
Top 100 MSSP Booz Allen earns six year, $1.03 billion cybersecurity contract that spans six U.S. federal government agencies.