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Insightful Analysis to Drive Your Cyber Strategy. NelsonHall's Cyber Resiliency Program is a dedicated service for organizations evaluating, or actively engaged in, the outsourcing of all or part of their IT security activities.

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Cyber Resiliency Services

Published on: June 6, 2019 by Mike Smart
This NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) analyzes the performance of vendors offering cyber resiliency services. The NEAT tool allows strategic sourcing managers to assess the capability of vendors across a range of criteria and business situations and identify the best performing vendors overall, and with a specific focus on Consulting & Strategy Formation, Incident Response & BCM, and Managed Security Services. Vendors evaluated for this NEAT are Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Deloitte Consulting, DXC Technology, EY, IBM, LTI, NTT Security, Secureworks, Sopra Steria, and TCS. To find out more, contact Guy Saunders at [email protected]
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  • Accenture’s Zoran Tackles Digital Identity Failings

    May 09, 2019, by Mike Smart

      NelsonHall recently visited Accenture at its Cyber Fusion Center in Washington D.C. to discuss innovations in its cyber resiliency offerings and the recent launch of its new digital identity tool, Zoran. Failings of existing role-based access (RBA) Typical identity and access ma[...]

  • Quick Takeaways from IBM European Analyst & Advisory Exchange (vlog)

    Nov 23, 2017, by Mike Smart

      Mike Smart reports directly from IBM’s European Analyst & Advisory Exchange 2017 with some quick take-aways regarding IBM’s transition from systems integrator to services integrator and its business resiliency services.[...]

  • How IT Services Vendors Can Help Organizations Meet GDPR

    Nov 09, 2017, by Mike Smart

      In this, the second of two articles on GDPR, I look at how IT services vendors can help companies meet GDPR compliance in several areas. You can read the first article, ‘The Impact & Benefits of GDPR for Organizations’, here. Application services Application servi[...]

  • The Impact & Benefits of GDPR for Organizations

    Oct 12, 2017, by Mike Smart

    In this, the first of two articles on GDPR, I look at how the regulation is set to impact companies, and at the benefits of compliance beyond simply avoiding penalties.     The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted in April 2016 and will be put into f[...]

  • Atos’ Use of Machine Learning for the Prescriptive SOC

    Aug 01, 2017, by Mike Smart

      When NelsonHall spoke to Atos earlier in the year about its managed security services, there was a clear push to move clients away from reactive security to a predictive and prescriptive security environment, so not only monitoring the end-to-end security of a client but also performin[...]

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latest blog posts on
Cyber Resiliency Services:

  • Accenture’s Zoran Tackles Digital Identity Failings

    May 09, 2019, by Mike Smart

      NelsonHall recently visited Accenture at its Cyber Fusion Center in Washington D.C. to discuss innovations in its cyber resiliency offerings and the recent launch of its new digital identity tool, Zoran. Failings of existing role-based access (RBA) Typical identity and access ma[...]

  • Quick Takeaways from IBM European Analyst & Advisory Exchange (vlog)

    Nov 23, 2017, by Mike Smart

      Mike Smart reports directly from IBM’s European Analyst & Advisory Exchange 2017 with some quick take-aways regarding IBM’s transition from systems integrator to services integrator and its business resiliency services.[...]

  • How IT Services Vendors Can Help Organizations Meet GDPR

    Nov 09, 2017, by Mike Smart

      In this, the second of two articles on GDPR, I look at how IT services vendors can help companies meet GDPR compliance in several areas. You can read the first article, ‘The Impact & Benefits of GDPR for Organizations’, here. Application services Application servi[...]

  • The Impact & Benefits of GDPR for Organizations

    Oct 12, 2017, by Mike Smart

    In this, the first of two articles on GDPR, I look at how the regulation is set to impact companies, and at the benefits of compliance beyond simply avoiding penalties.     The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted in April 2016 and will be put into f[...]

  • Atos’ Use of Machine Learning for the Prescriptive SOC

    Aug 01, 2017, by Mike Smart

      When NelsonHall spoke to Atos earlier in the year about its managed security services, there was a clear push to move clients away from reactive security to a predictive and prescriptive security environment, so not only monitoring the end-to-end security of a client but also performin[...]

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