I Am Travis Yeargan.

Ethical Hacker & Cybersecurity Specialist Consultant

Travis has been working in the field of Information Technology,
Security Auditing and Consulting for more than 14 years.

Travis leads the Cybersecurity and Vulnerability Management services
of Graylock Cybersecurity in the United States.

Travis is also a member of several Chamber of Commerce
branches globally including Dubai International.

He has been involved in a range of cybersecurity engagement teams, involving the organizational and technical aspects of Information Security.

He is also a proud member of the FBI's Infragard Program, Cyber Health Working Group,
& the United States Secret Service’s Kansas City Electronic Crimes Task Force.

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Ethical hacking?

Why you should encourage attacks on your organization?

Why should we hack ourselves?

It sounds crazy to the uninitiated, but organizations across the globe pay people to break into their systems and find sensitive information.

The reason they do this is simple: to catch a thief, you must think like one. Organizations hire ethical hackers to make sure they have someone who’s one step ahead of the tactics that crooks use. With the vulnerabilities the ethical hacker discovers, organizations can implement defenses to stop criminals before they’ve had a chance to target the organization.

What does an ethical hacker do?

Ethical hackers identify and exploit vulnerabilities using the same methods as a criminal hacker. The only difference is that ethical hackers operate within the law, and don’t use any of the information they’ve discovered maliciously.

Attacks may involve exploiting system misconfigurations, sending the organization’s staff phishing emails, with the intention of gathering their login credentials or breaching the physical perimeter.

As the threat landscape has evolved, ethical hackers are sometimes commissioned to commit long-term cons. They will watch and analyze an organization, looking for patterns that can be exploited. One method they might use is to leave removable devices containing malware in a public area to see if an employee plugs it into one of the organization’s computers.

Can I trust ethical hackers?

You might be unnerved at the prospect of allowing an ethical hacker to root around in your organization, but there’s nothing to fear as long as you hire a qualified ethical hacker through a trusted third party.

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A Different Approach To Scary Problems.

Get a REAL return on protecting your I.T. investment.

There are devious people who spend each and every day online attacking websites for profit and sometimes just for fun.

I search your website from a hacker’s point of view for vulnerabilities and
critical bugs and provide a report & remediation consultation when I am finished.

Your website security should be your biggest concern and I make sure that it is well taken care of.

I have the experience & skill set to handle the risks that hackers, criminals, and cybersecurity threats bring to you.