How BlueVoyant solves security challenges facing companies

We take a look at BlueVoyant, which is on a mission to solve some of the most pressing cybersecurity challenges facing companies and government entities

Founded in 2017, BlueVoyant is a cybersecurity company that offers an end-to-end internal and external cyber defence platform for enterprises.

Headquartered in New York City with offices in Budapest, London, College Park (Maryland), Toronto, Tel Aviv, Bogota, Manila, Melbourne, and Singapore, the company has more than 700 customers and 650 employees across five continents. Earlier this year announced a US$250mn series raise with a more than unicorn valuation. 

The company offers Managed Detection & Response (MDR), Third-Party Cyber Risk Management (3PR), Digital Risk Protection (DRP) and Professional Services (PS).

“Having spent 15 years in cybersecurity — including the SIEM, third-party cyber risk management, and threat intelligence markets — when I was introduced to Jim and the BlueVoyant team in August, I immediately saw the opportunity to take full advantage of key trends around efficiency, consolidation of cybersecurity tools, and the need for better security outcomes,” said Jason Thompson, Chief Marketing Officer, BlueVoyant.


Joining the Cloud Security Alliance  

Earlier this year BlueVoyant announced that it had joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organisation dedicated to defining and raising best practices awareness to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment.

The company provides cloud-based, managed detection and response (MDR) capabilities, which identify and mitigate threats as they emerge, ensuring customers are always prepared for rapid, effective response and threat neutralisation. Customers have the ability to control their own data in the Microsoft or Splunk cloud environments. In addition, BlueVoyant offers Third-Party Cyber Risk Management, which helps protect against, and remediate, threats in the supply chain, or the vendors in which organisations are connected.

“Joining the Cloud Security Alliance was an important step in our mission to give cyber defenders the advantage over attackers. The attack surface is larger and more complicated than ever before. As organisations face increasingly sophisticated attacks, we want to empower them through a deeper understanding of what they’re up against, what’s lurking beneath the surface and how to address it,” said Milan Patel, global head of managed security services (MSS) at BlueVoyant

As a member of the CSA, BlueVoyant will help redefine the way organisations understand and address their risk environments, especially third-party risks that exist in supply chains.


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