CompAmerica Announces Formation of Elite Computer Security Service With Infosec Focus: Station X™
will provide elite computer security services, personnel and facilities to Government, Enterprise and Private computer networks and users," a spokesperson for the company stated.
"CompAmerica's Station X
will encompass tactical and strategic as well as preventative and analytical INFOSEC services, as well as INFOSEC countermeasures, human factors analysis and provision, INFOSEC research and investigation, and a unique 'Instant Response' on-demand service. The Instant Response program provides an immediate 24x7 response service for blocking, catching and removing all forms of information security penetration, interference, interdiction, harassment, virus insertion, data loss prevention, data recovery, replacement technology, influence technology, behavioral monitoring and keylogging removal, intervention in or provision of surveillance and countermeasures to all forms of security undermining. We've designed our programs to provide immediate remedies to such threats as they emerge in the modern Internet driven economy."
The company indicated it had developed a vast repertoire capable of surpassing existing automated-only solutions for finding and eliminating the principle sources of security violation in most complex systems and networking environments. The services cover the gamut of computer security provision, spanning internet, cell data, datanet and teledata environments, satcom and government communications. CompAmerica also indicated it had banking solutions that were un-crackable for authentication and resolution of secure access problems, applicable to ATM, Credit Instrument and Merchant Banking.
"We are expanding Station X
to capitalize on 25 years of INFOSEC consulting on private jobs, to a more public arena of complex de-central and central security services, using convergent technologies, ranging from rights protection to data integrity and protection, loss prevention and recovery," stated a CompAmerica spokesperson.
The company indicated Station X
also maintains personnel it could deploy to investigate and or provide physical protection involving computer fraud analysis, certified forensics examination and other similar areas where businesses or individuals needed specialized areas of support.
The company indicated it's Station X
business unit maintains personnel representing an enormous aggregate Infosec experience set, including consultants with past law enforcement and related backgrounds.
For more information, please consult with the company's website at
or through the company switchboard, asking for any Station X
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Doug Seebergh or Bob Gray