We like security.  We strive to ensure that your systems are protected against adversaries, even when they reside in your company.  Some of the most advanced adversaries work right in your enterprise alongside you!  This threat extends beyond the Edward Snowden wannabes, but primarily encompasses people much worse: idiots gullible people.  These are the coworkers that click on any link and attachment they see.  Free TV from someone you've never met?  Sounds like a plan!  Free vacation for opening that PDF?  Honey, book the cruise!  Adversaries aren't using advanced techniques to breach firewalls and other network ACLs, all they need to do is scribble up something out of Google Translate, not proofread it, attach a weaponized document with a 2 year old exploit, send it to 50 people, and BAM!...you're infected.  It's the story that you hear about all the time.  Everyone always says "That will never happen to us!".  But just think about that...and who you work with.  Are you sure?  

 

Why us?

You didn't ask for a virus in your binary numbers, so why not get rid of it?  Each year, dozens of viruses infect devices around the globe.  Here at BlackShirt Security, we use the most advanced techniques to get those bad 1's and 0's out of your good 1's and 0's so that your system won't encrypt itself or send your good 1's and 0's out to the bad guys
Malware Removal
You didn't ask for a virus in your binary numbers, so why not get rid of it? Each year, dozens of viruses infect devices around the globe. Here at BlackShirt Security, we use the most advanced techniques to get those bad 1's and 0's out of your good 1's and 0's so that your system won't encrypt itself or send your good 1's and 0's out to the bad guys
At any given second, there are countless dudes in ski masks, balaclavas, and other suspicious facewear attempting to gain access to your computer.  Sometimes they want money, sometimes they want your data, and sometimes they just want to make your computer very slow and make your programs crash randomly.
Advanced Adversaries
At any given second, there are countless dudes in ski masks, balaclavas, and other suspicious facewear attempting to gain access to your computer. Sometimes they want money, sometimes they want your data, and sometimes they just want to make your computer very slow and make your programs crash randomly.