Gray, Gray & Gray, GraVoc form cybersecurity alliance

March 22, 2022 By    

Gray, Gray & Gray, a consulting, business advisory and accounting firm based in Canton, Massachusetts, and GraVoc Associates, a Peabody, Massachusetts-based IT consulting firm, formed a collaborative venture to provide advanced cybersecurity services to organizations across all industry segments.

Small businesses are often targeted in cybercrime due to having older technology and a lack of security personnel. (Photo: KanawatTH/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

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The alliance between Gray, Gray & Gray and GraVoc will provide the technological skills and resources to deliver a full slate of cybersecurity services, including multi-layered defense, end-point protection, secure backup, remote monitoring, employee training and testing, and compliance services to ensure clients are meeting the requirements of state, federal and international data security laws, according to the companies.

The outsourced cybersecurity risk management services provided by Gray, Gray & Gray and GraVoc use the latest cyber detection and defense technologies, which are continually updated to meet the latest threats, the companies add. This extends to business recovery and business continuity planning and preparation in the event a data breach or cyberattack occurs.

“The risk of a data breach, ransomware attack or malware insertion continues to grow exponentially for businesses of all sizes. Half measures and ‘out of the box’ remedies no longer provide the level of protection required by increasingly more sophisticated threats,” says James DeLeo, leading partner at Gray, Gray & Gray. “Cybersecurity has become an issue of risk management for all organizations. Our alliance with GraVoc allows us to deliver an effective outsourced solution to this difficult problem.”

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