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Lumifi Cyber Acquires Datashield to Deliver Next-Generation Managed Detection and Response

Combines AI and Machine Learning-Based Software with MDR Services to Provide Fortune 500-Grade Security to Companies of All Sizes Palm Desert, CA and Scottsdale, AZ — May 3, 2022 — Lumifi Cyber, Inc., a next-generation managed detection and response (MDR) cybersecurity software provider, today announced its acquisition of Datashield, Inc., an end-to-end cybersecurity resilience services provider, to deliver Fortune 500-grade security to companies of all sizes for an affordable monthly price.

Datashield Becomes Member of Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA)

Datashield Becomes Member of Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA)

The Difference Between Cybersecurity & Network Security

The Difference Between Cybersecurity & Network Security

Security Advisory Kaseya VSA

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Security Advisory Vulnerability CVE-2021-1675

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Op-ed: What I Like About Google Chronicle

What I Like About Google Chronicle

Strong Showing For Datashield Partners In 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant

With a clear separation in the market among the considered vendors, the newest Gartner Magic Quadrant for EPP, showcases 4 Datashield partners who are leading in this space.

How Datashield and ExtraHop Work Together

Learn how Datashield partners with ExtraHop, our premier Network Detection and Response (NDR) partner, from our Director of Product Management Mike Heller. I first met the ExtraHop team at RSA Conference 2020, just weeks before the world changed from COVID-19. After the initial meet and greets, we decided to schedule a time to do a deep dive post-conference. Datashield saw an immediate value-add that our service would bring from a technology perspective.

What is Cyber Insurance?

Statistics show that the fallout from successful cybersecurity incidents has both financial and business-related consequences. A data breach costs the average enterprises approximately $60,000, and in extreme situations, small and medium-sized businesses may go out of business within 6 months from the date the incident occurred. Thus, to determine whether the financial cost of successful hacking attempts, businesses have turned to insurance to deal with extensive losses.

Datashield featured on Legal Podcast

Datashield was recently featured on a legal podcast, The Rose Report. Our CISO David Norlin spoke with host Madelaine Braggs on new cyber risks and vulnerabilities targeting the real estate industry.

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