EOR Develops new EPAPS

EOR Develops new End-Point Awareness and Protection Solution.

EOR Develops new PCCS

EOR Develops new Packet-Chain of Custody Solution that completely links information on the wire with information that comes off the Network Stack and then is processed within supporting clients and servers.

EOR Develops new TeleXploitation

EOR Develops new TeleXploitation system that brings virtual SME’s to the warfighter

EOR Develops iSNOC

EOR Develops new Integrated Secure Network Operations Center (iSNOC)

EOR staff members provided expert systems, software, and assessment services to Walmart

EOR staff members provided expert systems, software, and assessment services to Walmart, America’s largest retailer with over 15 operating systems, and 1,000,000 computer systems. This effort was conducted in joint efforts with Gulf QASC, Arsenal, and Executive Instruments. Due to the custom software that was developed EOR staff members were the first IT experts to ever map out the configurations and the nodes located in remote broadcast domains that had previously been inaccessible and not auditable by a single team, from a single location. The advanced scanning, enumeration, and entry, and escalation software created by EOR’s team has become an invaluable asset within the PCI and Security Audit community.

Internal Revenue Service – Vulnerability Research and Mitigation Development

EOR has recently provided the Internal Revenue Service with Vulnerability Research and Mitigation Development, e-Discovery, and Incident Response services.

Department of Treasury – Research and Development

EOR has provided the Department of Treasury with Research and Development related to the development of Cyber-Intelligence products, Forensics, and Incident Response.

EOR staff members provided expert systems, software, and assessment services to Home Depot

After the success with Walmart, EOR staff members provided expert systems, software, and assessment services to Home Depot, one of America’s largest retailers with approximately 15 operating systems, and hundreds of thousands of computer systems. This effort was conducted in joint efforts with Symantec, Arsenal, and Executive Instruments. Due to the custom software that was developed EOR staff members were the first IT experts to ever map out the configurations and the nodes located in remote broadcast domains that had previously been inaccessible and not auditable by a single team, from a single location. The advanced scanning, enumeration, and entry, and escalation software created by EOR’s team has become an invaluable asset within the PCI and Security Audit community.