WarCollar cybersecurity professionals will not only examine your network systems and determine vulnerabilities, but assist in the remediation of those vulnerabilities to provide decision makers with the most accurate assessment of residual risk possible.
Our cybersecurity professionals are accomplished and trusted network defenders, with the skills and experience to separate actual incidents from false positives and ensure decision makers are given up to date risk status regarding their equities.
Our cybersecurity professionals can make sense of the jargon, acronyms, certifications and compliance requirements. From PCI to 800-53, WarCollar professionals will ensure your compliance testing succeeds.
WarCollar is currently hiring motivated CyberSecurity and IoT professionals!
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The internet of things (IoT) is transforming everyday physical objects that surround us into an ecosystem of information that is rapidly changing the way we live our lives. WarCollar Industries is moving forward with a number of products and can help customers adopt and secure IoT for the enterprise
The DopeScope is a self-contained Wi-Fi scanner that can do quick reconnaissance of the wireless environment wherever you are—and a tool for hunting down where access points are physically located.
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During DefCon 24 and ShmooCon 2017 WarCollar Industries, with the help of AmazonV, deployed the BoobyTrap – which took advantage of certain ‘characteristics’ of the way WiFi ‘just works’ on a normal cell phone, computer, or anything else that runs WiFi...
Gene Bransfield joins us to chat War Collar Industries and their new Dope Scope, a directional WiFi Sniffing device that fits in the palm of your hand. See the Interview...
WarCollar’s DopeScope and Booby Trap - it’s all fun and games until someone loses a password. Ars Technica ran across the WarCollar booth at ShmooCon 2017 and this is what they found! Read the Article...
A hacker shows how he rigged a cat collar to collect Wi-Fi information and break into your outdated network. ..