You've probably been hacked.
Data breaches are at a record high. Just to keep track of them and let other's know if their organization has been breached Hyperion Gray maintains the scylla.sh project.
Why does it feel like defensive spending is never enough?
Fight Fire with Fire
Our incident response is based on a deep understanding of how hackers can embed themselves into a network. Our unique methodology makes your network a hotbed of landmines for a hacker, allowing us to see whether a hacker is still active, and if so shut them down.
We know what it's like to be hacked. In today's world it is rare that a hacker has not in some way touched your life. Whether it be through data breaches or direct hacking, even the most sensitive information is not private. Matters become even worse if you're an organization with important intellectual property.
We know how to react. We know the methodology of a hacker, and our first step is to stop the bleeding. That is to say, stop the hacker from traversing further into your network. Using Department of Defense standards for your organization, we are well-versed in stopping hackers in their tracks.
Should your organization desire or require, we even go as far as hardening applications built by third parties. Using our 0-day hunting expertise to find new vulnerabilities, even ones in hardened, sophisticated software, we can prevent incidents from occurring ever again. In short, our goal is that you never have to call us again.
Meet the team.
Our security experts are not only well-versed in responding to incidents for organization of all sizes, we are also known security experts who have released the most novel in defense research.
Our senior security architect, Alejandro (Alex) Caceres, has years of experience conducting pen tests for government agencies and the private sector alike. Alex is an active security researcher and trainer:
- Speaker at major conferences like DEFCON and Shmoocon.
- Featured in Forbes magazine.
- Creator of open source security tools.
- Author of security articles on the Gray Area blog
- Creator and instructor of online security training.
We are based in the U.S., Canada, and Australia with the ability to call on linguists for any additional international needs. We are here for you whether it be for remote work or travel.