confidential employee files, and on and on?  

It could be anyone.

Remaining competitive in today’s global economy demands the robust use of digital technology and information transfer.  Digital technology continues to accelerate with the use of wireless networking, smartphones, tablets and a variety of hardware and digital transmission mechanisms.

Securing your Business

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The good news is that technology has streamlined and made our businesses and our personal lives for more efficient.  It has simultaneously made our businesses and our personal lives  great deal more vulnerable.  Gone are the days of simply needing to look our doors and keep sensitive information in a physically secure box.

We are becoming more vulnerable every day, with the release of software and operating systems specifically designed for hacking, which boast hundreds of built-in specialized tools for hacking and a host of network penetration tools all freely available to anyone who wants to pursue hacking endeavors - either for good or evil.

White Hat Hackers


White hat hackers, or also known as "ethical hackers," choose to use their knowledge and skills for good rather than evil.  White hat hackers can sometimes be paid employees or contractors working for companies as security specialists that attempt to find security holes via hacking.

White hat hackers employ the same methods of hacking as black hats, with one exception- they do it with permission from the owner of the system first, which makes the process transparent to the target, completely legal, and enormously beneficial.  White hat hackers perform penetration testing, test in-place security systems and perform vulnerability assessments for companies.

Imaculence practices White Hat network and digital penetration disciplines.  With your permission, and only with your permission, we will penetrate your network and digital systems.  We will compromise those systems with fully reversible digital alterations, for the sole purpose of discovering vulnerabilities, explaining your vulnerabilities and closing them with impenetrable security mechanisms, thereby preventing access to anyone who may have other than honorable intentions.

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Start with using encryption.  PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is encryption software that has stood the test of time.  OpenPGP is free, and perhaps most importantly, it is "Open Source," which means the actual code is reviewed by the entire Open Source community of developers. There is no possibility of malicious code or backdoor's being implemented in this version of PGP.  Using PGP is very simple and transparent to the user.  You simply create a Private and a Public Key.  This encryption is fundamentally unbreakable and un-hackable.

PGP allows you to encrypt everything from individual email messages to entire files, directories and storage devices.  You can download OpenPGP HERE, and you can find Imaculence Public PGP Key HERE.

Who is looking at and copying your most sensitive digital information, your proprietary information, your customer and prospecting lists, your accounting and banking information, your

Network and Digital Security continues to grow in importance as people and corporations become increasingly dependent on their digital information and network access.

As individuals and corporations, we are subject to being randomly victimized, or indeed targeted for proprietary information.  Our adversaries range from the technologically curious fourteen-year-old to the ego-driven socially dysfunctional, to state sponsored operators with a larcenous intent.

DEFCON is one of the world's largest hacker conventions, held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, with the first DEFCON taking place in June 1993, with roughly 100 people in attendance.

DEFCON 2016 had over 22,000 attendees.  And, this is only one of many conferences that trade and sell tools to hack our networks, computers, smartphones and install malware on our systems.