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Leading Cyber Security Company Grateful for Ohio’s Warm Welcome

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

Lunarline CEO: “We’re eager to ramp up staffing for our new office in Kettering, Ohio.”  Kettering OH, June 30th – Lunarline Inc today announced that its application to receive an Ohio Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) has been approved. The JCTC program will help this leading cyber security company fuel its aggressive expansion in the Dayton area. In a statement ...

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Lunarline’s School of Cyber Security Offers NEW Malware Analysis Course

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

ARLINGTON, VA – July 1st 2014 – We at Lunarline are thrilled to announce that the Lunarline School of Cyber Security (SCS) is now offering a new Malware Analysis Course. This 4-day hands-on course provides students with insight into advanced static analysis methodologies, techniques for researching active malware, and real-life examples of malware capabilities and characteristics. While we initially developed ...

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Lunarline Launches Innovative Pen Testing Platform at 2014 Gartner Summit

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

Arlington, VA – Lunarline, Inc. a leading cyber security firm, has announced plans to unveil Sniper – a new pen testing tool – during the 2014 Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit. Designed to enhance pen testing procedures and help security professionals more quickly and effectively conduct in-depth tests, Sniper is Lunarline’s latest innovation in cyber security technology. The tool ...

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Lunarline VP Goes On the Air to Help Americans Stay Safe Online

Another gripping Lunarline cyber security press release

Arlington VA, June 4th – Lunarline Vice President Jennifer Hawks recently went on the air with WNEW to shed light on global cyber activity and provide some tips on how to stay safe in an ever more dangerous cyber world. In her interview Ms. Hawks emphasized that coordinated cyber attacks “Happen every single second.” She also noted that while “the ...

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