We specialize in detecting and identifying security risk for our clients. Protocol 46 is structured to provide Cyber and Physical Security Testing, Assessment, and Incident Response Teams (CP-START) to help clients with security challenges. We focus on small and medium sized business (less than 500 employees) where we bring more than 100 cumulative years of pertinent military and public sector experience identifying and neutralizing risk. We strongly believe in our mission and our motto, Own the Network, Own the Data.
At Protocol 46 we care about the security of smaller businesses which are the backbone to the U.S. economy. It is the small and medium businesses that have to often decide between profitability and security. We partner with with small and medium business and provide affordable and innovative cyber security solutions. Protocol 46 offers assessments to identify security vulnerabilities on your organization’s computer network or in a product you manufacture. Assessments can be conducted using gentle, non-exploitative scans or a full out penetration test (mock hack) of your computer network. Physical security walk through inspections of client facilities for identifying physical security risks are also available.
A new grid was completed in 1989 - the 'christ-consciousness' grid. This grid will allow humans to evolve into our next version. We'll develop two additional chromosomes (which are really 'geometrical images' designed to resonate with our specific grid) for a total or 46 + 2.
The name "High Peaks" was given to 46 Adirondack mountains that were higher than 4,000 feet (1,219 m.) Later, it was determined that one peak had been overlooked and four of the original group were actually a little lower than the 4,000 foot elevation. However, the original group designated as the 46 High Peaks of the Adirondacks remained.