Prevent Breach, Inc. is at the forefront of the battle against cyberattacks. Focused on keeping organizations safe from malicious threats, Prevent Breach, Inc. provides customers with a comprehensive Cybersecurity Plan to protect their valuable data and reputation.
Cyber threats are constantly evolving to overcome current security barriers, but our personalized Cybersecurity Plan helps you stay strong against future threats. Using our services before an attack is millions of dollars cheaper than the cost of recovering from an attack.
– Nicolas Chaillan, CISO
Special Advisor for Cybersecurity
Nicolas M. Chaillan was the Special Advisor for Cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security. Chaillan was also the Chief Architect for Cyber.gov, the new robust, innovative and holistic .Gov cyber security architecture that mitigates cyber threats by leveraging best practices and implementable solutions with minimal impact to workforce efficiency.
Chaillan is a technology entrepreneur, software developer, cyber expert and inventor. He is recognized as one of France’s youngest entrepreneurs after founding, WORLDAKT SARL at 15 years of age.
With over 17 years of international tech, entrepreneurial and management experience, Chaillan is the founder of more than 12 companies, including AFTER-MOUSE.COM.
Chaillan also is a leader in intellectual property, innovation, R&D and incubation as well as an expert in multiple technological fields such as cybersecurity, multi-touch, mobile solutions, Internet of Things, Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Wearables.
Over the last eight years alone, he created and sold over 180 innovative software products to 40 fortune 500 companies.
Chaillan is recognized as a pioneer of the computer language PHP. He also contributed to and managed several modules and PECL extensions, including SPPLUS and Cybermut—the first payment solutions developed for PHP.
We are committed to providing the IT security services to any company in need. Our experience spans multiple verticals, and continues to grow as the need for improved security measures increases.