Mergers and acquisitions offer tremendous drivers for growth—expanding the company’s capabilities, adding greater value to its customers, and providing a competitive advantage in the market. These fast-paced businesses transactions can change the trajectory of a company but require the keen ability to navigate cybersecurity risks that occur with integration. One such Summit 7 client who has successfully and repeatedly executed this growth model is BlueHalo.
BlueHalo is a leading provider of advanced engineering solutions and technology to the national security community. Its purpose is to provide industry-leading capabilities in the domains of Space Technologies and Directed Energy, Missile Defense and C4ISR, and Cyber and Intelligence.
In this case study, you will read about how Summit 7 enabled BlueHalo to overcome the challenges from rapid merger and acquisition activity, and how the solutions provided to BlueHalo allowed the company to significantly reduce technical debt across their entire portfolio. This case study highlights:
An assessment of BlueHalo's previous IT infrastructure
An overview of Summit 7's CMMC Level 2.0 solution set
The Microsoft workloads and products to handle sensitive data such as CUI