Creating Proactive Cyber Security Management Systems
How are you increasing your ability to detect that you have been compromised? KM Cyber Security has been at the forefront of training and services in the fields of incident response, penetration testing, and digital forensics. We train the top tiers of Certified Ethical Hackers with methods that are grounded in the actual applications of computer networking and cloud services. As practitioners, we recognize you are going to get hacked. If you really understand the attacks that will put you in a better position to know when it happens because now you know what the attacks look like.
” I recognized a significant gap in this type of overall approach. That is why KM Cyber Security was founded to work in partnership with companies that had a similar perspective. We help leadership understand and manage the cyber security risk and provide the technical expertise to put into practice throughout the organization. Our goal is to have in place a process, so the necessary reactions occur before, during and after hacking occurs. “
~ Keatron Evans, Founder and CEO of KM Cyber Security
Training and Certifications
KM Cyber Security courses are in high demand and have the potential to offer a significant return on investment once you start applying this knowledge in real-world scenarios. All courses are available as public training classes, on-site private training, or online webinars. See the upcoming courses, or contact us to schedule and/or get a quote. Course offerings include, but are not limited to, the following:
What We Do
Our team of Cyber Security Experts are some of the best in the world. We perform various kinds of Cyber Security related services including Penetration Testing, Incident Response, Training and Forensics. We perform these services world wide, and have been for a very long time. Our experts have each been involved in the security industry for at least 10 years, some up to almost 20 years. KM Cyber Security is based in McLean Virginia, in the heart of the intelligence community, and approximately 10 miles, or a 20 minute train ride from downtown Washington D.C.