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Rook Security is a global provider of technology-enabled services to anticipate, manage and eliminate cyber threats.
Rook Security provides technology-enabled services to anticipate, manage and eliminate cyber threats. As an integrated extension of any security team, Rook provides an elite arsenal of people, processes and technology to improve the way organizations ranging from Fortune 100 firms to fast-growing startups protect their data and manage their risk. The Rook Managed Threat Response Force provides actionable monitoring, intelligence, response and orchestration capabilities to address threats and manage responses to incidents with greater control and decreased time between threat detection and elimination.
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At Big Guy Signs in Indianapolis, the printer is usually humming. “We do a lot of signs, interior, exterior and vehicle wraps. I tell everybody from a desk top sign to a billboard sign and everything in between,” said owner Asher Collins. About the only thing that could put the brakes on this business is
It’s one of the hottest growing services, and maybe you received one over the holidays. We’re talking about the voice-activated personal assistant. Whether it’s the Amazon Echo or the Google Assistant, it has started a conversation about everyday convenience – at the expense of your personal privacy. The question that users are raising include: Does
J.J. Thompson, founder and CEO of Rook Security, has a grim message about the state of the IT security industry: “Right now, security is waving the white flag and saying, ‘We’re all going to get hacked. Just look at everybody else.’ Anthem spent $35 million a year on it, Target spent all this money on
Following Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the U.S. presidential race, several local technology executives and investors said they’re encouraged there’s going to be an entrepreneur in the White House. But many of those same leaders expressed concern about the potential for Trump rhetoric or policies that would marginalize women and minorities. Trump has had a few
WASHINGTON — Law enforcement officials, government workers and cyber-security professionals are preparing to swoop in, track and hopefully block anyone attempting a cyberattack aimed at destabilizing the U.S. presidential election. The possibility is slight, with risks lessened by the fractured, pre-digital nature of the national voting apparatus. Still, fears that hackers — perhaps from Russia — could instill doubts about
Inc. magazine ranks “America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies” every year and this year 22 Indiana tech firms made the Inc. 5000 list. DoubleMap, a three-time TechPoint Mira Award winner, broke into the Inc. 500 and will be featured in the September issue of the magazine. Now in its 35th year, the annual Inc. 500|5000 list looks
Since Rook Security relocated from Silicon Valley to Indianapolis in 2010, the global IT security company has grown an astonishing 2,100 percent and now employs 55 people at its downtown and Carmel offices. Rook has doubled or nearly doubled its revenue every year in Indy, finally slowing to double-digit growth last year as the company
What a great year 2015 was for the tech community in Indiana. Companies from all over the country (and the world) are looking to the Hoosier state to expand their businesses, and the homegrown start-ups and scale-ups that are responsible for the thriving tech community here are benefiting too. WATCH VIDEO HERE TechPoint President and
During just the past 60 days, nine Indiana tech companies and tech-enabled companies have announced plans to invest more than $71 million in this state and create up to 1,546 new computer-related jobs. The largest deal in terms of the number of jobs is from Appirio, the cloud services provider that has been growing in
100 companies, schools and startups, and 10 individuals selected by independent judging panels as the 2015 class of Mira Award Nominees NEW EVENT DATE: Winners will be announced during a masquerade-themed, black-tie awards ceremony and gala on Saturday, May 2, at the JW Marriott TechPoint, the voice and catalyst of Indiana’s tech ecosystem, has
Team members from Rook Security recently attended Cyber Resilience: A Cyber Security Summit, presented by the Indianapolis Department of Homeland Security. The event focused on promoting collaboration and sharing of information among government agencies and businesses. It was an excellent way to bring together people from the public sector and the private sector to talk