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Some Of Cyber-Security Services We Provide:

Public Services:

Information Gathering

Security Checks

Phone And Computer Forensics

Complete Anonymity Check And Software Install

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Security Consultant (With Cyber Security Skills)- $60.00Hr

  • Security consultants conceive emergency plans for clients. When planning, they start by assessing potential threats and then develop the process by which the company will implement the system during certain emergencies or natural disasters.
  • IT security consultants assess software, computer systems, and networks for vulnerabilities, then design and implement the best security solutions for an organization’s needs. They play the role of both the attacker and the victim and are asked to locate and potentially exploit vulnerabilities.
  • At the core of a security consultant’s position is risk management. In a time when data breaches seem to occur constantly, putting highly sensitive information at risk, security consultants are responsible for ensuring that doesn’t happen to their company or client. As highly computer-focused individuals, security consultants are always up-to-date on the latest technical trends.
  • Assess Security Solutions

Whether focusing on internal security or working to provide security services to external customers, security consultants are responsible for identifying, developing, and implementing security solutions to meet their client’s needs. Consultants are protecting highly sensitive and important information and must do so appropriately.

  • Sales

A security consultant might help the sales team’s effort to secure new customers. The security consultant will be expected to effectively educate potential new customers on the security solutions the company offers.

  • Research Threat Risks

In a world where data has become invaluable, the security consultant must constantly be assessing potential threat risks to properly protect the company. Security consultants closely monitor these potential risks across many different platforms, including email, databases, and websites.

  • Reporting

Those who rely on security consultants to keep their information safe want regular updates. To reassure clients about their information security, these consultants must report on their efforts on a consistent basis.

  • Encryption Management

It is the responsibility of a security consultant to oversee and implement a company’s encryption management tools. One of the most effective ways to keep information safe is to encrypt it, making it impossible for potential hackers to decode it for their own use.

Hacker Prevention Insurance  – $ 7000 Avg

Hacker Prevention Service Tests Your Current System, Then Upgrades Your Systems To Prevent The Stealing Of Data (Credit Cards For Example). Without Action Businesses Are Liable For Lawsuits For Each Client’s Stolen Data Averaging Between $10,000 To $25,000 In Individual Lawsuits, Not Including Lawyer And Investigator Fees, As Well As Court Time And A General Distrust For The Security Of Your Businesses Services.

  • Forty-three percent of cyberattacks are aimed at small businesses, but only 14% are prepared to defend themselves, according to Accenture.
  • These incidents now cost businesses of all sizes $200,000 on average, reveals insurance carrier Hiscox.
  • More than half of all small businesses suffered a breach within the last year.
  • Sixty percent go out of business within six months of being victimized.
  • Owners increasingly need to start making high-tech security a top priority
  • Today it’s critical for small businesses to adopt strategies for fighting cyberthreats. –cnbc.com

Complete Anonymity Check And Software Install – $ 2000 Avg

A Complete Check Of Your Online Fingerprint And An Anonymous Software Install Suite.

  • Anonymity on the Internet applies to any interaction a user has on the Internet that protects his or her identity from being shared with another user or with a third party.  Different levels of anonymity exist, and examples of anonymity can be seen all over the Internet.  Some basic examples of anonymity on the Internet include but are not limited to:

    1) Secure Billing.  When a user purchases something with PayPal or on Ebay, the user does not reveal his or her personal information to the distributor.  Thus, PayPal protects the user’s anonymity.

    2) Question-And-Answer Sites.  Users make use of anonymity with sites like Formspring, which allows people to ask anonymous questions of known users, and obtain responses.

    3) Anonymous Flirting and Networking.  Users are able to flirt with others while remaining anonymous.  Examples of this include: LikeALittle, Chatroulette, and Omegle.

    4) Anonymous blogging and posting.  Perhaps most importantly or prevalently, users are able to blog anonymously (anonymous Twitter accounts), comment anonymously (on blogspot or Tumblr), or post links anonymously (like on 4Chan).

  •  With anonymity, people can be free to express unpopular ideas and be critical of people in power without risking retaliation or opprobrium. The anonymity in everyday life enables people to be free to do many worthwhile things without feeling inhibited. – nytimes.com
  • A world where everything people said and did was monitored, recorded and scrutinized would be an oppressive place to live. – nytimes.com