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CompSec Direct is a C4ISR firm specialized in Cyber Security. SDVOSB, Buy Maryland Cyber QMCS, & MBE certified company comprised of former network operators from different sectors of the federal government. We are a Maryland CATS+ master contract holder and are looking for new business partnerships to pursue new opportunities.

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Odenton, MD, 21113

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    CompSec Direct hosts remote incident response training for local Puerto Rico students and experts

    By |October 7th, 2016|Categories: Cyber, Defensive Methodology, Demo, Forensic, Hunting, Training|

    We hosted a training session on remote incident response operation [...]

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    Forcepoint 2015 Threat Report

    By |February 15th, 2016|Categories: Attribution, Cyber, Defensive Methodology, Forensic, Hacking, Hunting, Pen-testing, Reports, Tor|

    An excellent publication from Forcepoint that covers CnC malware, malicious [...]

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    Why going after wp-config is a quick way to get banned

    By |January 15th, 2016|Categories: Attribution, Defensive Methodology, Hacking, Reports, Wordpress|

    Internet sites with Wordpress are normally exploited with ease in [...]

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    Security firm sued for filing “woefully inadequate” forensics report -Arstechnica

    By |January 15th, 2016|Categories: Breach, Forensic, Lawsuit|

    Arstechnica's Dan Goodin has reported that Trustwave is being sued [...]

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    Wassenaar Arrangement 2013 Plenary Agreements Implementation; Intrusion and Surveillance Items

    By |July 20th, 2015|Categories: Cyber, Laws, Legislation|Tags: , , , |

    CompSec Direct and other individuals and companies spoke out against [...]

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    Stepson of Stuxnet stalked Kaspersky for months, tapped Iran nuke talks – ArsTechnica

    By |June 13th, 2015|Categories: Breach, Hacking, Reports|Tags: , |

    Excellent report by Kaspersky that unmasks a breach inside their [...]

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