Through this research-and-development (R&D) project, SecuLore will use predictive analytics and collect cyber data to determine whether these resources can be used to improve the detection and elimination of cybersecurity attacks against emergency communications systems.
“We’ve watched public safety struggle with being targeted by cyber criminals, and recovery is always much more difficult and costly than prevention,” said SecuLore President & CEO, Tim Lorello. “We need all public safety personnel to be on-guard and cyber-trained. Phishgoggles Security Awareness Service makes ongoing training for 9-1-1 personnel easy and accessible.”
“SecuLore’s public safety-specific cybersecurity offerings are a valuable addition to West’s solutions for Public Safety Answering Points,” said Beth Meek, Vice President/GM of West Safety Services. “This collaboration demonstrates our continued commitment to providing excellence in advanced communication technology to enhance emergency communications.”Read More
"As evidenced by the cyber-attacks we've seen across the country, we know legacy systems are at risk, and in moving to an all IP NG911 system, there are new and different vulnerabilities for which public safety will need to be prepared," said Tim Lorello, SecuLore Solution's chief executive officer and president. "We are proud to support our state's effort to take this important step in getting PSAPs and their IT teams the cybersecurity resources they need."Read More
On March 1st 2018, SecuLore Solutions announced Alex Lorello, Chief Engineer, has been named to the IWCE Young Professionals Awards list which showcases the next-generation of leaders in the communications technology industry who are shaping the future of the industry.
Alex Lorello has training in cyber ethical hacking and experience in forensics analysis and cybersecurity product design. He majored in computer engineering at University of Maryland-College Park and is co-founder of SecuLore Solutions, a cybersecurity company focused on protecting our nation’s public safety infrastructure. Alex co-invented the company's flagship patent-pending cybersecurity device, Paladin™.
A year after its debut, SecuLore Solutions is revealing a new version of its cybersecurity appliance, Paladin™, at APCO 2017 in Denver, CO with live demos at booth #1840 on August 14th and 15th. The newly updated Paladin software builds upon its original release, enabling PSAPs and Dispatch Centers to visualize cyber threats and improve cybersecurity preparedness for NG9-1-1.Read More
The team at Seculore Solutions is debuting its Paladin™ appliance in the APCO 2016 Exhibition Hall on August 15th & 16th, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The Paladin product is designed for public safety professionals and other organizations seeking to protect networks from intrusion, data extraction, cyber attacks, ransomware and other "client-side" attacks that attempt to extract data or communicate with illegitimate individuals or organizations.Read More