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Cyber risk is accelerating and evolving and has become a fundamental business threat. Companies must build agile cyber defenses today to succeed in the future.
For decades, we’ve been embedded in some of government’s most classified cyber missions, and been trusted to advance them. We know the policies, architectures, and intelligence that best define cyber enterprises and operations, because our people helped pioneer them.
That is why companies trust us to solve their most complex cyber challenges, from the operations center to the boardroom, and prepare them for their threat landscapes. Our people—engineers, analysts, developers, and strategists—bring a unique mix of consulting and advanced technology expertise to work for commercial clients. We’ll help you tackle your cyber challenges in a manner that is suited to your business.
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Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE:BAH) announced today that cyber industry leader Brad Maiorino joins the firm as an executive vice president in its commercial business effective March 13. Maiorino will be responsible for helping Booz Allen clients deploy cyber security and risk management solutions to combat the dynamic threat environment facing all companies today. Maiorino joins Booz Allen from Target Read More
Booz Allen's Cyber4Sight, Dark Labs, and commercial cyber threat intelligence teams came together to analyze the a Petya ransomware, examine the potential motivations of its authors, and provide a curated list of relevant IoCs in context. Read More
Starting in mid-2017 and extending into 2020, the NRC will inspect each of the nation’s 61 nuclear plants for Milestone 8 cybersecurity compliance, focusing on seven areas in particular. To help plants ensure they’ve fully protected themselves against today’s diverse cyber threats, Booz Allen’s energy experts have developed the Nuclear Cybersecurity Implementation Checklist. Read More
Now that Milestone 8 is in your rearview mirror, you’ll need to ensure that your team meets your cyber plan’s ongoing monitoring and assessment requirements. Read More