Using cutting-edge tools and techniques, the team can discover potential vulnerabilities or malicious behavior. Our team also has the ability to leverage uncovered vulnerabilities to develop offensive cyber capabilities to provide vital tools for cyber and electronic warfare.
With a pristine performance record and decades of experience, with work that spans the Department of Defense (DOD), Intelligence Community (IC), and commercial sectors, our team is ready to take on the next challenge, no matter how complex.
Our team is experienced in full-stack reverse engineering, from the hardware layer to the application layer. Understanding and finding vulnerabilities in any equipment requires a unique skill set and a multidisciplinary team. Hardware reverse engineering involves PCB analysis, hardware debugging, and circumventing security mechanisms. Software reverse engineering includes a wide range of disciplines from static to dynamic analysis, protocol analysis, embedded firmware emulation, to crypto-analysis. Having a full-stack team allows us to provide our clients with comprehensive information and attack vector analyses.
Centauri CCIOs have extensive experience applying complex forensic tools in a variety of computer operating systems.
Centauri experts deliver comprehensive support to all aspects of our clients’ cyber programs.
Centauri makes maximum use of available technologies to deliver realistic training and simulations to cyber operators.
Centauri’s Cyber Counterintelligence Investigators (CCIOs) have extensive experience in traditional counterintelligence investigations, coupled with cyber and digital forensics knowledge, skills, and abilities.Cyber Investigations
The digital landscape is quickly becoming the dominant battlefield of the 21st Century. Attacks perpetrated by nation-state actors, cyber criminals, hacktivists, and insider threats all pose a significant risk to an organization's information and information systems. From theft of intellectual property, accidental or intentional information deletion, or data alteration from the latest ransomware strain, organizations need a cybersecurity partner with the knowledge and experience to defend against these asynchronous threats.
Technology changes rapidly, as do adversary tactics, which requires defenders to continually improve their craft to detect, deter, and defeat system and network intrusions. Waiting for an attack to gain those skills in a production environment puts us at a disadvantage.Learn More