- Alternative Energy
- Upstream Oil & Gas
- Midstream Oil & Gas
- Downstream Oil & Gas
- International Petroleum Transactions
- Technology and Software
BALL PLLC combines legal, cybersecurity, HUMINT (Human Intelligence) and OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) expertise to provide deep, current, and comprehensive insight within the context of the client’s specific needs.
Robust analytic methodology is combined with a suite of tools to collect, store, enrich, and integrate data from a wide variety of sources. When used at scale, it is capable of arming our team with faster, actionable insights.
BALL PLLC clients are negotiation-ready with triaged, actionable findings that augment their internal M&A analyses. For each target subject to evaluation, a comprehensive finished intelligence report is developed that documents risk findings by type and criticality. When relevant, technical data is delivered in an ingestible format for further Client use and analysis.
Reporting may include:
- Network and Infrastructure
- Deep/Dark/Surface Web Threats
- Derogatory Information and Press
- Pending Litigation and Internal Disputes
- Competition Management and Compliance
BALL PLLC enhances your cyber, physical and other threat intelligence programs, enabling you to consume and operationalize data collected from various sources to inform operations, improve defenses, disrupt attacks, stop adversaries, and mitigate risk.
Traditional security tools are typically designed to manage events, indicators, and alerts. They do not automatically curate intelligence or discover insights specific to your organization in collected data. A traditional security vendor ecosystem provides indicators, but realistically, you need more context to create intelligence that you are obligated to respond to in order to properly investigate anomalies and attribute actions to actors.
Intel Team Services
Maximize your organizational security with investigations that combine automation and human intelligence to deliver actionable information that is customized to your unique challenges.
Threat information is not “intelligence” until it becomes contextualized and actionable. Understanding your organization allows you to better prepare, prevent, attribute, and respond to specific actor threats looking to take advantage of resources and weaknesses, including advanced persistent threats, fraud actors, and insiders.