Cybercriminals are using more sophisticated techniques than ever to attack the enterprise
Cybercrime – just like cybersecurity – is an industry with its own collaborative models. Look in the right places and you’ll find services for hire, marketplaces and information exchanges. Attackers are constantly innovating, so defending your organization against cyberthreats means fighting a fast-moving target.
Any organization operating online holds data valuable to cybercriminals, from financial transaction records to customer PII, confidential company assets to industrial IP. A hit on any of these can lead to catastrophic business impact, reputational damage and compliance penalties.
But what if you could detect and prevent attacks before they happen using trustworthy, accurate cyber threat intelligence?
We are happy to announce a webinar on Threat Monitoring & Dark Commerce with Blueliv & RamoGnee Technologies Pvt Ltd on Friday 3 April 14:30 GMT +5:30 (11:00 CET)
Blueliv scours the open, deep and dark web to deliver highly targeted and actionable threat intelligence to customers. Contextualized data and analysis are delivered through easy-to-use modules, helping organizations of all sizes manage their digital risk.
Blueliv is Europe’s leading cyberthreat intelligence provider, headquartered in Barcelona, Spain.We look beyond your perimeter, scouring the open, deep and dark web to deliver fresh, automated and actionable threat intelligence to protect the enterprise and manage your digital risk. Covering the broadest range of threats on the market, a pay-as-you need modular architecture means customers receive streamlined, cost-effective intelligence delivered in real-time, backed by our world-class in-house analyst team. Intelligence modules are scalable, easy to deploy and easy to use, maximizing security resource while accelerating threat detection, incident response performance and forensic investigations. Blueliv is recognized across the industry by analysts including Gartner and Forrester, and has earned multiple awards for its technology and services including ‘Security Company of the Year 2019’ by Red Seguridad, Enterprise Security and Enterprise Threat Detection 2018 category winners by Computing.co.uk, in addition to holding affiliate membership of FS-ISAC for several years.
Vicente Martin, degree in BA and Marketing, master in Ethical Hacking, counts with an extensive experience as product manager and presales engineer. Main achievements at Blueliv – expert platform user, always up to date about the threat landscape tendencies. Was invited as speaker to several conferences in Spain (Securmatica, Cyberdefense Days)
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