Ultra Scary LLC celebrates new offices, chamber ribbon-cutting

Freeman Staff

Dec. 18, 2018

From left in the front row are: Tom Hagie, Town of Brookfield administrator, Sonja Stein, Magnus Stein, Gjeret Stein, Cari Stein, Gwen Stein and Carol White, president and CEO, Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce.
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BROOKFIELD — Ultra Scary LLC of Brookfield celebrated its first anniversary with a ribbon-cutting by The Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce Monday and a reception at its newly remodeled offices, according to a press release.

Ultra Scary specializes in four areas: dark web monitoring, phishing engagements, non-destructive vulnerability assessments and Canary honeypot services.

“Small and medium-sized businesses are the prime target for attackers because they tend to be easier targets.” said Gjeret Stein, president and owner of Ultra Scary. “They’re often less secure and unprepared for attack. With more cybercrime automation and the rise of hacking kits, the cost and time it takes to launch a successful attack on a company has decreased, increasing the amount of cyber-attacks executed.”

Seventy-nine percent of small businesses do not have an incident response plan. Without one, you may never be able to fully recover when a security incident becomes a reality, according to the press release.

“We work with your tech provider to get you the protection you need,” Stein said. “Because we don’t compete with your IT staff, we have the unique ability to bring in our outside eyes and specialized tools to find vulnerabilities and recommended remediation.”

Ultra Scary LLC focuses on compliancy, security and dark web monitoring. For more information, contact Stein at gstein@securityalwaysmatters.com or https://SecurityAlwaysMatters.com.