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 does not make them a hacker, or capable of thinking like a hacker. Unlike your accountant or your attorney, hacking is not something you learn in a classroom. Unlike other crimes, its existence has only been in the past 30 years, and education has not yet caught up with the crime. It takes an ethical hacker to think like a hacking criminal!
When most people hear the term “Cyber Crime” it is often equated with computer hackers. This is far from the truth. In 2017 Cyber Crime generated over $1 trillion. This was a combination of computer hacking, cyber bulling, cyber extortion, phishing scams, online dating scams, identity theft and industrial espionage just to name a few.
National Cyber Security has built the most advanced database of attackers than anyone else in the world. We help our customers, law enforcement, corporation, even non-profits see the threats before they occur and most of all we have the largest database of cyber criminals so we can track these bad guys to help get you justice if you have been attacked. Our threat intelligence database is built on 15 years of data from professional hackers on the dark-web, individuals as well as organizations from around the world who want to hire hackers for all types of services.
Our clients benefit from our intelligence-led, technology enabled services including rapid incident response services to minimize the impact of compromise, and security assessments, enhancement and transformation services to minimize risk through informed decision-making and improved security posture.