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For over 20 years, we have helped scores of companies safeguard their data and leverage their investment in IT with advanced information security solutions and services. As a market leader within the IT security industry, we offer complete IT security solutions and services.

Towerwall is Built to Protect Your Data

Built on our core methodology, our advantage lies in our vertically integrated suite of solutions and services led by our seasoned team of professionals who can recognize and provide for all your security needs.

Virtual CISO Program

Our unique approach to Virtual CISO. Offering three distinct partner options, our vCISO program are tailor fit to your organization’s security needs.

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Strategic Partner Network

Our network of industry-leading security providers enable us solving security and policy management needs.

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Security Services

We offer a comprehensive suite of security services and solutions using best-of-breed tools and information security services.

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4E Methodology

Our 4E Methodology serves as the foundation of our engagements and guides the development of customized information security solutions.

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Data Security Resource Center

Does the NSA have a duty to disclose zero-day exploits?

26 Sep 2016

The NSA should disclose all zero-day exploits. But it doesn’t.   To say the National Security Agency (NSA) prefers to lay low and shuns the limelight is an understatement. One joke said about the secretive group, widely regarded as the most skilled state-sponsored hackers in the world, is NSA actually stands for “No Such Agency.” … Continue reading Does the NSA have a duty to disclose zero-day exploits?


This malware leverages Moplus SDK to automatically and periodically deploy unwanted applications onto Android devices. Moplus SDK has been found out to include backdoor capabilities.

Qualys FreeScan

Accurately scan your network, servers, desktops or web apps for security vulnerabilities. Scanning takes just minutes to find out where you’re at risk.

With FreeScan You Can:

  • Scan computers and apps on the Internet or in your network
  • Detect security vulnerabilities and the patches needed to fix them
  • View interactive scan reports by threat or by patch
  • Test websites & apps for OWASP Top Risks and malware
  • Test computers against SCAP security benchmarks

Time to Review Your WISP

Issue 08 | Sept 2015

Hello again, As usual, summer flew by. As I sit at my desk waiting for the leaves to begin to turn, I am barraged by paperwork. With the beginning of the new school year come all of the forms that need to be filled out: emergency contact, physicals, bus routes etc. All important for a successful, secure school year. As a business owner, it is a reminder that now is the time to review our written information security policy (WISP). In accordance with most regulatory requirements, we recommend that an annual review be performed to ensure security and privacy policies and programs are up to date and current with any business or regulatory changes. Just think of it as another necessary piece of paperwork.