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about us

Simplifying cybersecurity. For you

In early 2015, we set out to provide effective and efficient cybersecurity services. Our goal was simple: help clients create a more scalable and sustanaible cyber resilience while helping them understand how attackers operate. We saw many approaches that failed against adaptive adversaries, and apply-all controls that forced organizations to make unacceptable trade-offs between mantaining operational efficiency and having effective cybersecurity.

We saw a need for a different kind of service and technology, and we knew it would take individuals who had been on the attacker side to build it. And so we founded Ockom.  

Ockom was founded by cyber engineers and hackers who have actually hacked things, not just academics and script kiddies. We focus on practical experience and understanding risk based on real world adversaries and threats, thus providing a true dynamic understanding of the threat landscape to our customers.

What we do

At Ockom, we're dedicated to securing cyber infrastructure that empowers companies to focus on their business, and not worry about their cyber resiliency. By implementing simple yet effective solutions, we help make security teams more efficient so they can move from reactive, to proactive.

To achieve this, we leverage best in class, single pane, threat landscape analysis tools, and our top tier hackers, engineers, and researchers who are constantly developing new exploit methods or defense mechanisms for current known exploits. Most of our team is hand selected from around the world for their expertise in specific areas, we seek out the best of the best.

 Ockom was founded on the principle of Occam's razor; the idea that the simplest solution is often the best one. that is how we operate

research & development

Ockom Labs is dedicated to exploit research, novel product development, software engineering, and helping to shape the future of cyberspace. Many of our projects focus on innovating in the space of cybersecurity. From rewriting the HTTP protocol, to AI driven exploitation resistance mechanisms.