Black Mountain Security is a young innovative company which specialise in offensive RFID security. Our team is active in te security scene both professionally and because of passion for security. We have an excellent track record of getting our client’s security to a next level.
RFID security is overlooked easily when talking about online security and that is where we come in. We can help your organisation get a grip on your RFID systems.
We also offer other services, for more information please visit our services page.
With specific requests or information about our services please do not hesitate to contact us!
What we do
We believe in a more secure world…
It’s in the news everyday, a company got hacked, either by teenagers to show off to their friends, cybercriminals to steal personal information or secret services. While there isn’t such a thing as 100% security, we can try together to make it as hard as possible for the attackers out there. After all, security is as strong as the weakest link.
We can help your company with not only getting your RFID security back up to speed but also training your technical and non-technical staff in the best security practices. We do all of this confidential and with the utmost care for your comany’s privacy.
Black Mountain Security feels strongly it is important to be involved in the hackers scene not only from a professional standpoint but also because we are genuinely interested in what is going on and standing by some of the great initiatives brought forward by the scene. We’ve been working closely with hackerspace Randomdata, the Dutch HITR2NDB conference and the internationally renounced HITB security conference. We’ve volunteered and shared our passion for security with the world. Next to volunteering at security conferences we visit a lot of them to gain more knowledge to stay up-to-date with the latest in the industry and make sure we can deliver the best service for you, our client!
To get your security in tiptop form we stick to our believes.
Contributing to a secure world.
Educating the user.
Knowledge should be free.
Hackerspaces are the future.