Cybersecurity Services for Public Safety and Critical Infrastructure

SecuLore safeguards critical infrastructure against cyber threats. Our team of experts in 911 technology, cyberwarfare, and ethical hacking provide technology, expertise, and training to protect our customers.

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The fallout from a ransomware attack on the City of Dallas in May of 2023 is still in the news. The city had to shut down some of its computer systems, causing problems for places like the police and fire department. Recently, it was discovered that more than 26,000 people were affected by the attack done by a group called Royal ransomware. The attackers took information like names, addresses, and medical details. Some city workers have even had their identities stolen, and their kids’ personal info was taken too. In August, the Dallas City Council agreed to pay $8.6 million for services to deal with the attack. This includes monitoring the credit of people who might be victims of identity theft.


Department of Homeland Security


Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency


Federal Communications Commission


National Emergency Number Assocation


Association of Public Safety Communications Officers

Key Features

Dedicated cyber analysts who know your network

Cybersecurity monitoring and alert analysis 24x7x365

Cybersecurity network activity reports

Weekly in-depth customized report indicates vulnerabilities and remediation recommendations

Direct contact for critical vulnerabilities

SecuLore support included. No maintenance or replacement fees.

Incident response

Remote network traffic visualization and access to your network 24x7x365

Capture and save suspicious data

Paladin locally stores data that can be accessed for in-depth forensic analysis with one click

Enhance your IT resources

• Verify firewall configuration • Validate security protocols • Verify vendor network traffic • Validate compliance policy requirements • Identifies external and lateral traffic • Validate that closed networks are truly closed

Augmented Reality (AR) Measurement

IQ3’s voice and video recording system now includes an AR (Augmented Reality) Measurement tool, which allows users to measure distances and dimensions in real-time while recording live events. This feature is especially useful for industries such as construction, engineering, and manufacturing, where precise measurements are critical. The AR Measurement tool uses the camera on the recording device* to create a live video feed that is then augmented with measurement overlays. This allows users to see the measurements in real-time and make adjustments as needed. The measurements can be saved and shared with others, making it a valuable tool for collaboration and communication.

*Device must include a LiDAR or Time-of-Flight Sensor to take advantage of the AR measurement tool

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