SecuLore Solutions™ is passionate about protecting critical services from cyber criminals. Led by experts in both 9-1-1 technology and cyber warfare, our team partners with public safety, local governments, and IT teams to provide training, tools, and support needed to defend our public infrastructure from increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.



Cybersecurity is an ever-growing concern in the 21st century, and Public Safety agencies are particularly vulnerable and valuable targets for cyber criminals. Scores of Public Safety agencies across the country have been severely impacted by cyber-threats and have quickly become part of an FBI-documented, multi-billion-dollar cost.

They target our:

  • 911 Public Safety Answering Points
  • Law Enforcement
  • Fire Departments & EMS Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Critical Infrastructure

With more and more devices connected to the internet, the Public Safety infrastructure is not as secure or as closed as sometimes believed. Each networked device is a potential entry point for a cyber attacker, and managing security for every device that can potentially connect to the network is overwhelming. Criminals and state-sponsored actors across the globe find these vulnerabilities and exploit them, launching cyber-attacks at an ever-increasing pace. They want to disrupt your communications and they intend to impact your emergency response.

Combating these threats is a complicated endeavor, but we have developed a simple philosophy to meet this challenge: MVP


Utilizing this concept of "MVP", we offer Public Safety professionals services that build on existing security architecture, as well as a variety of information resources, such as webinars and training, to keep you informed and aware of new threats as they arise. Stay one step ahead of the hackers with SecuLore Solutions!

Have questions or concerns about your network’s cybersecurity? 

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Join us March 11th at 2:00pm EDT

BYOD & Public Safety: Bring Your Own Doom?

Does your Public Safety agency allow you to bring your own mobile phone, tablet, or other personal device (BYOD) into the ECC? Do you ever find yourself needing to charge it? Were you ever tempted to plug it into your local computer rather than search for a wall outlet? We live in an interconnected world where convenience, access, and availability are critical elements of a normal lifestyle. Hackers know this and have developed many infiltration techniques to take advantage of how most people use technology. Ever since we moved into the world of computers, this has been so – remember when we used to bring printers from home to have the convenience of not needing to walk to the end of the hall to pick up that printout of sensitive information? And the future promises to be more challenging – gun shot detectors that feed us information from all over the city, traffic sensors that help us plot the fastest way to a crime scene or accident, and even lights we can control remotely. What happens when hackers start attacking these smart city technologies through our vulnerable personal devices? Does BYOD really stand for Bring Your Own Doom?

In this webinar, we will explore:BYOD

  1. Why you should not bring your home printer into the ECC
  2. How to safely keep your personal devices charged
  3. How personal and professional IoT devices can expose our networks to serious cyber attacks
  4. What techniques we can employ to increase our vigilance and avoid our impending Doom



Knowledge is the first line of defense against cyber crime. Mark your calendars - every 2nd Wednesday of the month we will be bringing a new cybersecurity topic focused on issues facing Public Safety today!

Click here to view our previous webinars!