About Us

We bring proven experience coupled with an attacker's perspective for military-grade security services

Tangible employs the most sophisticated cyber security tools and techniques available to protect our clients’ sensitive data, infrastructure and competitive advantage.

For nearly two decades, Tangible has developed and implemented innovative methodologies, processes, and technologies to ensure security at every stage of information processing, transmission, storage, and access. We appreciate the strong presence and reputation we have earned in the Defense and Intelligence communities, which embody the gold standards of U.S. cybersecurity.
About Tangible Security
Our executives and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are recognized as leaders in their fields. They literally wrote the books on ethical enterprise hacking and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) implementation. With infrastructures secured by the advanced techniques and penetration tests we have honed on the front lines, our clients in government and industry can withstand sophisticated attacks from internal and external threats. As recognition of our expertise, we have been selected repeatedly for nearly a decade to support one of the largest Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) implementations in the U.S. government.

Tangible’s military-grade cybersecurity pedigree drives us to deliver services and software solutions that excel at the intersection of an organization’s security policy, technology, and operations practices—the very point at which breaches occur.
The President of the United States recently declared that the “cyber threat is one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation” and that “America's economic prosperity in the 21st century will depend on cybersecurity.”

The President directed a top-to-bottom review of the Federal Government's efforts to defend the information and communications infrastructure, resulting in the Cyberspace Policy Review, including recommendations for implementation.

“Our Nation’s cybersecurity strategy is twofold: (1) improve our resilience to cyber incidents and (2) reduce the cyber threat. Improving our cyber resilience includes: hardening our digital infrastructure to be more resistant to penetration and disruption; improving our ability to defend against sophisticated and agile cyber threats; and recovering quickly from cyber incidents—whether caused by malicious activity, accident, or natural disaster.”—Whitehouse.gov