This BluVector white paper discusses the emergence of destructive malware and why supervised machine learning is your best bet for trapping it before it destroys your network.
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- We set up a kickoff call to discuss the goals and determine the topic of the white paper. This covers:
- Clarifying the CTA (Call to Action)
- Specifying the target audience, including region, demographics, job titles and personae
- Pinpointing place in sales funnel to determine style of white paper
- Brainstorming topic and come up with 2–3 working titles that spells it out
- Deciding on length (typically 2,500–4,000 words)
- Settling on list of client-side reviewers
- Determining primary SME (Subject-Matter Expert) that will serve as our primary contact
- Going over production timeline
- Requesting any background or third-party information the client can provide, including past research, third-party surveys, industry reports and so forth.
- Then we conduct our own research, seeking out third-party research from analyst firms, industry reports, sourced news stories and so forth.
- We write the outline, which must be approved by client. This is important because the outline is the blueprint of the white paper.
- After receiving approval for the outline, we write the first draft.
- We provide up to two rounds of edits, if necessary.
- Then it goes into production on the client side (although we will work with designers to produce it, if preferred, for an additional fee).