“Our organization employs TriCorps services to secure fixed locations and to monitor mobile exhibits internationally as well as throughout the US. The staff has proved effective, highly skilled, professional, and consistently provide exceptional customer service. I trust in and enthusiastically recommend TriCorps security services.”
Museum of The Bible
“TriCorps Security is a professional, dependable and trusted partner that consistently meets our needs. TriCorps has raised the standard as a corporate security provider and continues to deliver a sophisticated, high-level product to our organization.”
Corporate Security Manager, Continental Resources
“Through the years, TriCorps Security has become a trusted and reliable source to meet our security needs anywhere in the country. They consistently respond throughout the United States with high standards of professionalism and customer care.”
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
“We can always rely on TriCorps Security. They provide fantastic customer service, and their knowledgeable staff uses state-of-the-art methods and technology of keep us safe and secure. TriCorps is also very responsive and keeps the focus squarely on us and our needs.”
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
“TriCorps has been a tremendous strategic partner in securing Devon Energy assets. Using sound security practices and highly trained professional staff, TriCorps has clearly demonstrated its commitment to excellence.”
Director of Corporate Security, Devon Energy
“In over 40 years in the practice of law, including eight years as Oklahoma Attorney General, I have worked with hundreds of investigators. Their successful and thorough investigations, as well as their professional security services make them a tremendous asset. I have been extremely pleased with their quick response and genuine concern for their clients’ needs.”
Larry Derryberry, Former Oklahoma Attorney General
2.2 Billion Passwords Have Been Leaked. Here Are Some Things You Can Do.
Corey White, Content Specialist – February 8th, 2019
2.2 Billion. It’s a staggering number. It also happens to be the number of usernames and associated passwords cobbled together and being freely distributed on hacker forums and torrents in the biggest aggregation of leaked credentials ever. As WIRED writer Andy Greenberg appropriately mused, the dump is like “throwing out the private data of a significant fraction of humanity like last year’s phone book.” So, this megaleak happened. What steps do you take to protect your organization?