My service is customized to your organization. It is delivered with you the principals of the company in mind. I get you results from the beginning. I am here to satisfy your security requirements, be it a lower cost of security overall, fewer security breaches and attacks, greater prestige within your industry. And most important trust from your customers, suppliers, management, and employees.


The Sentry Security Audit:

There is only one way to a secure posture and that is to start where you actually understand what you need. That is where the Sentry Security Audit comes in. We prevent a major cybersecurity breach in 99% of cases.  An article in the Economist just this year showed that an independent security audit is Very Important 69% of the time. Since the average cost of a cybersecurity breach is around $4.5 million and can go much higher this step is essential. Over the last 30 years, I have worked with some of the most important security organizations in the industry and I bring that expertise to you on day one.  Regular ongoing security audits are essential as your responsibility as a company, to your customers, employees, and supply chain.


The Proactive Policy Plan:

Being proactive in your policy decisions is crucial to protecting your company before an attack happens. Cisco Systems in their 2017 Annual Cybersecurity Report said that “policies will strongly affect the ability to mitigate damage from security breaches.” I provide sustainable constantly improving safeguards 100% or the time with 100% of my clients. Using the Proactive Policy Plan gives you the essential pieces of your security posture in useable and effective form. The average cybersecurity breach takes around 4 months to discover. I have developed some of the most effective security policies in the industry working with both executives as well as technical resources to ensure your policies cover all corporate objectives.

Follow Up

Cybercreed Overwatch:

All the best policies and plans are worthless without the correct implementation. Most companies fail in their cybersecurity posture at the execution phase. You need my patented 3D Cybercreed Overwatch approach. Believe no one who says they can prevent breaches 100% of the time.  But believe me in that we can provide maximum sustainability, protection, and if needed recovery 100% of the time.  In addition I can then be available for retainer agreements for extended periods of time to answer critical questions ongoing. My extensive experience in cybersecurity has taught me that it is a continuous process it does not end once you have one policy or technology in place. It must be continually maintained. Not treating it as such is dangerous.

What Are The Results You Can Expect?

  • Peace of mind knowing your company is secure.
  • Fewer attacks meaning less loss to your company.
  • Quick results.
  • A valued adviser you can trust.
  • Current security issues eliminated.
  • Preparation for future security challenges.
  • The quality of service.
  • Improved image to media, customers, and peers.
  • Fewer headaches concerning the next attack.
  • Better performance.
  • More growth.
  • Trust in your supply chain.
  • Relief from regulatory burdens.
  • More innovation possible once security obstacle has been removed.

Risk Mitigation


The rate of increase in Cybercrime is rapidly rising. Lloyds of London estimated Cybercrime costs at over $400 billion for 2015 and still growing. While Forbes magazine estimated 2017 to reach around $900 billion. Cybercrime pays so we need to be vigilant.


The risks to a company are high. The average security breach costs $4.5 million, and that includes small and large businesses. And they take an average of 4.5 months for a victim to discover it.  It is only a matter of time when a company will be breached. The average Fortune 500 company will experience a major security breach within the next 2.5 years. We don’t implement security policies and processes because we want to we do it because it is imperative to maintaining the security of our information.


 The liability from a breach can be steep. From the legal community to the company as well as the personal liability to executives within the organizations. There need to be definable policies to show everything was done to prevent a breach. It is better to know now than to be asked after the breach. Anything less would be irresponsible.