Albert Heldstrom of East Rutherford, New Jersey, has turned the cyber world upside down with the formation of a new company that he is operating out of a recently closed North Korean restaurant in a run down mall in Newark, New Jersey.
Heldstrom was CIS (Chairman of Internet Security) for a secondary offshore banking facility that was a satellite operation of a well known financial facility located in the heart of the financial district on Wall Street.
The company main frame was hacked by an internet curiosity group from Hong Cong who in a manner of ninety four minutes was able to hack all of the financial and banking information of the twenty two companies that they were responsible for protecting.
Realizing the need for such a service, Heldstrom has recruited a number of highly qualified and trained "hackers" from various aspects of the industry, and together they have formed a much needed service and company, Hacker Hackers and Associates, or more commonly called HHA.
"It takes a thief to catch a thief," Ichu Norhi, the number two man at HHA commented, "and we are now able to offer a new dimension to internet security."
Since the days of Captain Crunch, hackers have had their way, costing millions, if not billions in loss, time and dollars. HHA is now at your service, to intervene and protect the information that is so valuable to you and your company.
P. Terrington Gerarrd, CEO of Hip Replacement Replacements of Pioche, Nevada, and a HHA user, states, "Our service is highly confidential. Clients have hip replacements that go bad, we replace all those faulty replacements, so this information is sought after by the AMA, insurance companies, attorneys, and a newly formed company in China, HRIII. They have found that there is fertile ground replacing those hip replacements that we replace. Information that we possess is essential to the success of their business."
HHA, when appropriate information can be found will become affiliated with the BBB and other organizations offering credibility.
When asked how HHA could be contacted for additional information, Haldstrom commented, "Hey, you can't get me twice, I'm too smart for that. All of our information is confidential and not available to the public."