14 Cybersecurity Consulting Firms Safeguarding Our Data

Cybersecurity consulting services are helping companies create a digital security foundation.

Written by Sam Daley
14 Cybersecurity Consulting Firms Safeguarding Our Data
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Brennan Whitfield | Jan 05, 2024

Cybersecurity consulting services have emerged alongside rising cyber attacks to ensure business and consumer data remains safe. 

According to a study by Adobe, 81 percent of consumers believe having a choice of how companies handle their data is important, and that ensuring data stays safe is one of the top ways brands can maintain trust. If the loss of morale from a breach doesn’t already deeply wound a company, the average price tag of approximately $3 million to $5.5 million per breach might.

What Are Cybersecurity Consulting Services?

Cybersecurity consulting services and firms work with businesses to protect their data and technical systems against cyber attacks, as well as provide IT solutions to prevent and remedy hacking, theft or data breach incidents.

Using cutting-edge strategies and technologies aimed at thwarting attacks, recovering data and restoring customer confidence, cybersecurity consulting firms provide an increasingly valuable service.

These are some of the companies worth checking out.  


15 Cybersecurity Consulting Services and Firms to Know

Specialization: Managed detection and response, digital risk management, cloud and data security, ransomware protection, AI security

EPAM specializes in digital transformation, and its offerings include a variety of services under the umbrella of cybersecurity. The company says its experts take a holistic approach to enterprise security, consulting with clients on technology and best practices they can implement to “ensure operational resilience against evolving cybersecurity threats.”


Specialization: Threat intelligence, risk assessment, threat monitoring

Nisos is a cybersecurity firm that offers “managed intelligence:” data collection and defensive protection against cyber threats, reputation damage and digital smearing. Its services include threat monitoring, risk assessment and investigations, which can be accessed through a long list of packaged offerings like Executive Shield, which focuses on reputational damage and physical harm, and Zero Touch Diligence, which comes in the form of insights on cybersecurity vulnerabilities.


Specialization: Data protection, risk assessments, threat identification and response, training

Framework Security is a digital asset security company that offers risk and compliance assessments, penetration testing, managed security, data protection and training for users, teams and organizations. Clients can work with Framework to handle crises as they arise or retain it proactively to prepare and respond to the ever-present threat of potential cybersecurity incidents.


Specialization: 5G security, cyber defense, cyber risk intelligence

Since 1914, Booz Allen Hamilton has been providing consulting, analytics and insight services to industries ranging from government to healthcare, with one expertise being cybersecurity. Based on client needs, the company can provide and deploy platforms for cyber risk assessment, cyber defense operations, offensive cyber measures and more. 

Booz Allen Hamilton’s cybersecurity services are used across Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies as well as U.S. federal agencies.


Specialization: Cyber risk intelligence, incident response, vulnerability management

Flashpoint’s team helps businesses identify the weak points in its cybersecurity infrastructure and suggests ways to bolster their tools. The Flashpoint Intelligence Platform hunts for weaknesses in a cybersecurity protocol (plus looks for activities like insider threats and fraud), and can also automate security-related work processes.


Specialization: Active defense, cloud security, penetration testing

IANS is a cybersecurity consulting firm that uses in-depth research to help businesses make decisions on technology upgrades. The company’s suite includes assessments of current security devices, penetration testing, implementation of new cybersecurity tools and enterprise-wide training.

To get better acquainted with its clients, the company hosts or sends representatives to attend about 100 end-user security events annually.

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Specialization: Application security, identity access management, risk management 

Optiv’s suite of cybersecurity tools includes everything from cyber education and identity management to threat containment and cloud-based security measures. The company’s cybersecurity experts take a company’s strategy into account when implementing solutions, and they use technologies that work well with a company’s current infrastructure.


Specialization: Application security, managed detection and response (MDR)

Rapid7 creates virtual and on-premises cybersecurity solutions, including its Insight Platform and varied consulting services. The company’s consulting services branch off into multiple service areas, covering incident detection and response, vulnerability management and more. Rapid7 is currently partnered with businesses such as AWS, Cisco and several others to bring integration capabilities and updated technical expertise.


Specialization: Application security, incident response, IoT security

Rule4, named for Isaac Asimov’s fourth law of robotics, provides cybersecurity, incident response and infrastructure services for machine learning and big data systems. Rule4 also serves in an advisory capacity on IoT tech within industrial networks including IIoT (the Industrial Internet of Things), IoMT (the Internet of Medical Things) and OT (operational technology).


Specialization: Cyber risk intelligence, incident response, risk management

SecurityScorecard acts as a virtual cybersecurity consultant. Among its varied risk management and intelligence services, the company’s Security Ratings product analyzes a businesses’ cybersecurity measures and assigns it a security rating. SecurityScorecard then points out flaws in the systems and creates a report filled with actionable insights that can improve data security.  

Liberty Mutual Insurance, Nokia and the University of Gloucestershire are just a few of the global companies using SecurityScorecard’s platform to evaluate their cyber needs.


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Specialization: Identity access management

CyberArk is a cybersecurity company specializing in identity security and cyber defense solutions. Along with providing its Identity Security Platform for access management, CyberArk also provides services for strategic consulting, remediation and product deployment. Its consulting service can aid specifically with security infrastructure development and continued assessment to ensure a stable roll-out process.

CyberArk serves over 8,000 customers in 110 countries, plus over 50 percent of the Fortune 500.


Specialization: Email security  

Mimecast focuses on creating services and cloud-native products for email security and brand protection. The company provides email URL and attachment protection, AI-based threat intelligence, incident remediation and more. Mimecast’s solutions are used amongst professionals from manufacturing to education, and offer over 70 API integration options.

Mimecast is utilized by over 40,000 companies, and specifically safeguards Microsoft 365 applications for over 20,000 of them.


Specialization: Infrastructure assessment, infrastructure design

Myriad360 builds cybersecurity roadmaps tailored to a businesses’ future needs. The company provides solutions ranging from cybersecurity health assessments to multi-cloud infrastructure design and security network deployment. 

Myriad360 partners with well-known IT companies like Cisco and Palo Alto Networks to provide various technical solutions.


Specialization: Incident response, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment

A subsidiary of Dell, SecureWorks’ services range from vulnerability assessments to penetration testing and application security testing. In addition to ensuring that businesses maintain robust security measures, the company also helps clients comply with different industry standards like HIPAA and GDPR.

SecureWorks teamed up with companies like AWS, CrowdStrike and Microsoft to monitor cloud and endpoint integrations.

Margo Steines and Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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