Our Philosophy

Cybersecurity is not a product that can be purchased, nor is it an IT specific function. It’s a continuous organization wide process of education and technological improvement.

Our Mission

To develop an organization wide security aware mindset melded with carefully crafted policy and robust security controls.

Professional Services


  • Governance Frameworks
  • Network Architecture
  • Security Controls
  • Policy Development


  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Penetration Testing
  • Compliance Audits
  • Social Engineering

Risk Management

  • Risk Assessment
  • Compliance Strategy
  • Contingency Planning
  • Supply Chain Protection


  • Security Awareness Training
  • Social Engineering Defense

Superior security strategies from leading-edge research

Cyber criminals are giving executives and IT departments sleepless nights. And the worries are increasing with frequent news of data breaches and ransomware. We want to help you fortify your network and educate your staff.

We do more than just harden and test your network and communication systems. We assist your organization in developing an integrated security posture that is built around a knowledgeable workforce.

The Coming Internet Apocalypse (really!)

There’s a looming disaster on the cyber horizon coming to the Internet and cellular communications in the next few years(McGrew, 2015). Specifically, 90% of the current encryption used for data transmission on the internet and in cellular phones will cease to be...

Governance Frameworks in Cybersecurity Acquisition

A complete and mature organizational cybersecurity infrastructure requires the use of a governance framework such as COBIT 4.1 aligned with a security control framework such as ISO/IEC 27002:2005. This provides a process to manage the complex security control...

Application Lifecycle Management in High Security Systems

Overview   Security of software products during both development and operations is vital and can effects national security, therefore the security control baseline selected will be ‘high-impact” criteria in NIST 800-53 based on the criteria in NIST 800-60 stating...

The Iron Triangle: Cost, Quality, and Time

There’s a humorous sign frequently seen in various kinds of offices and workshops around North America. It says simply, “Fast, Good, or Cheap: Choose Two!” It’s a simple but useful model demonstrating the tradeoff between the constraints of quality, time, and cost. In...

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

A corporate data network transmits billions of data packets per day internally and out to the Internet. The data flow creates event records from many sources such as firewall security logs, user account sign on logs, and data resource access logs.  By NIST 800-53...

Social Engineering Attacks

Employees are vulnerable to social engineering attacks which are the modern day high tech confidence scams. In business, there is constant inflow and outflow of data and that information is controlled by solely by employee discretion. This is unavoidable, but it does...


Cyberspace is dangerous. We can help.


“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.”

Stephane Nappo, Global Chief Information Security Officer at Société Générale International Banking