what we do?
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.
WHO WE ARE ?
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.
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