Let us help you make your organization more secure.

“The only constant in life is change.” 

                                                                   – Heraclitus



Your IT environment is always evolving, and so should your security. Cyber Lantern understands there will always be new weaknesses overlooked by the defender. Cyber Lantern helps your organization continuously identify new risks through:

  • Automated Proprietary Risk Modeling & Asset Integration (Achilles)

  • Product Agnostic Data Ingest for Protection

  • Contextually Driven Detection & Response

  • Curated Threat Intelligence

  • Real Time Security Posture – System of Record for Compliance

  • DoD Level Security for SMEs

The Cyber Lantern Approach

Unparalleled Expertise

The Cyber Lantern Platform and Services by Digital Lantern uses 15 years of lessons learned from the US Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities to provide cost effective and advanced cyber security capabilities to those who need it most. 

Complexity Made Simple

 Understanding security can be tricky. Our Achilles Risk Platform and our Cyber Lantern Platform create a foolproof user experience that adapts to user needs by helping our customers ask the right questions, to quickly improve their organizations security needs.


Why Us?

At Cyber Lantern, we believe cyber security should be affordable and accessible to everyone. Protecting  even the smallest businesses on a micro-level helps ensure a more secure cyber grid on a macro-level.

Anatomy of a Phish: How Phishing Snares Your Organization

Phishing attacks continue to be one of the most prominent methods of cyber-attack to date. According to Symantec’s 2019 Threat Report, nearly 65% of all cyber-attacks utilized phishing as an initial vector of compromising a user or business. In 2019, phishing...

Get Secure: 5 Easy Steps for SMBs to Launch Cyber Security

Small to Midsize Businesses (SMBs) are often overlooked and under served in the cyber security market, making them a prime victim for opportunistic attackers looking for easy targets. With the primary focus being on company growth and maintaining profitable margins,...

CMMC: The New DoD Compliance and How It Affects Your Organization as a Defense Contractor

In June, Reuters published an article indicating that cyber spies used LinkedIn to hack European defense firms. The hackers, who posed as U.S. Defense Industrial Base (DIB) recruiters from General Dynamics and Collins Aerospace, sent private messages over the platform...