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What We Do

National Cyber Security Provides The Following Services Or Products By Our Subsidiaries


National Cyber Security University National Cyber Security University has trained everyone from Federal Law Enforcement,  Fellow Cyber Security Consultants, Private Investigators,  IT Specialist,  Stay-At-Home Mom and Dads,  even High School Students in the cyber security industry.

Cyber Crime Investigtion

National Cyber Security Ventures has the most unique and sophisticated cyber crime investigations unit anywhere in the world. We specialize in Cyber Blackmail, Cyber Extortion, Computer Hacking, High Tech Identity Theft, Computer Hacking, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Fraud, Sextortion and More….

Security News And Radio

National Cyber Security News & Radio is the largest cyber security and cyber crime news service in the world.  Delivering news 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Protecting The Worlds Children

National Cyber Security believes in protecting ALL Children with or without internet access.  This includes protecting them from online predators, abusive baby sisters to college students being attacked.  We do this via our company

Cyber Crime Prevention

“In Order To Catch A Hacker It Takes A Hacker.’  Cyber Crime reached $3 trillion in 2016. In 2015 it was $500 billion. National Cyber Security can show you how to protect your corporate networks, home networks, defeat viruses, malware, ransomware and corporate theft. We can perform vulnerability test and penetration test...

Investing In Security

National Cyber Security Ventures has invested in over 8 companies in the cyber crime investigation and prevention industries.  With cyber crime reaching over $3 trillion in 2016, we at National Cyber Security Ventures believe in working with startups and people with out-of-the-box thinking to help take a bite out of...

Who We Are

National Cyber Security Ventures, Corporation  A mistake often made by CEO’s in nearly every industry is that they trust their IT department to protect them from computer hackers. What CEO’s often fail to understand is that it does not matter how educated your IT manager or CTO may be, it…

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