what we do?

helping you to improve your IT-Security



Before we can advise and implement security adjustments we need to examine your infrastructure to determine your current level of risk. Offcourse this is done with the highest confidentiality.


When the current level of risk has been determined we will advice you with a set of best practises to harden your IT-Security. This is done by technical and social advise (like social hacking techniques).


After our advise has been given and implemented by your organisation we will check if the current level of risk has been lowered. After all : security is a continuously process !

keep in touch

We value a good relationship with our customers. So it is important to stay in contact. A relationship which is built on trust,confidentiality and result is what counts.


We are a team of IT-Engineers currently also working for government institutions.
Our goal is to harden security at local and semi-government institutions and small to medium companies. We have more than 15 years experience and extensive knowledge of firewalls , operating systems, ethical- and social hacking and penetration tests.

Because of our small team we can offer our services and know-how for a small fee.
We want to make security-advice AFFORDABLE.

Contact us for our current rates.

Latest European Cybernews


Why worry about threats?
Ask yourself.

On a scale from 1 to 100 percent, how much do you think is your company at risk?

Do you know the answer ?

  • ransomware?
  • malware?
  • Hacks?
  • Virus?

RSS Latest threats

  • Android malware on Google Play adds devices to botnet October 18, 2017
    Symantec has found eight apps infected with the Sockbot malware on Google Play that can add compromised devices to a botnet and potentially perform DDoS attacks. Publish to Facebook:  No Twitter Card Style:  summary Contributor: Martin Zhang Click to Tweet:  Not all #Android #Minecraft PE skin apps are made equal. Some are malware in disguise. […]
  • Necurs attackers now want to see your desktop October 17, 2017
    The Necurs botnet is back again, this time spreading a downloader that takes screen grabs of victims’ desktops and reports encountered errors back to the attackers. Publish to Facebook:  No Twitter Card Style:  summary Contributors: Eduardo Altares, Wei Wang Dai, and Mingwei Zhang Click to Tweet:  Attackers need operational intelligence too. #Necurs downloader now also […]
  • KRACKs: What you need to know about the new Wi-Fi encryption vulnerabilities October 16, 2017
    Wi-Fi security under threat from newly discovered WPA2 vulnerabilities Publish to Facebook:  No Twitter Card Style:  summary What is KRACKs? read more

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We are looking for the following persons to strengthen our team

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