Virginia Beach, VA, March 08, 2017 –(PR.com)– J.D. LeaSure, President/CEO of ComSec LLC announces the addition of IMSI catcher detection capabilities to ComSec’s world-class electronic eavesdropping / detection services. Surreptitious use of IMSI (international mobile subscriber identity) catchers and stingray devices pose a significant threat to the security and privacy of USA corporations and individuals. With ComSec’s IMSI catcher detection services, our clients gain cost-effective, real-time knowledge of IMSI catchers, baseband processor attacks, rogue base stations and cellular jamming threats to their devices and environment.
“ComSec LLC’s exclusive deployment of the ESD Overwatch System equips our clientele with real-time, actionable intelligence they can use to stop cellular attacks and to secure their networks. Enhancing our service offerings with IMSI catcher detection capability further demonstrates ComSec’s commitment to providing all-inclusive eavesdropping threat detection services that strengthen our clients’ security defenses,” remarked J.D. LeaSure, ComSec LLC’s President/CEO.
Hackers, foreign governments, foreign intelligence services, authoritarian regimes (via the black market in China), etc. use IMSI catchers to illegally access information sent and received via the 2G cellular network. IMSI catchers can be used to verify a phone’s location, track and locate a device, perform a denial of service attack, monitor cell phone use, intercept calls and SMS, and/or alert on the arrival and exit of a phone from a location. While an IMSI catcher can be made for approximately $500, the information illegally captured can be worth millions to the right buyer, and can result in critical financial and other ramifications for the affected corporation or individual.