About Us
Founder, CEO, Chief Privacy Freak
After serving in the U.S. Army, Jim returned to his passion of developing software. As the Internet grew and the treat model changed, Jim shifted his focus to Cyber Security.
  • He mangaged the Cyber Security for Ask Jeves as it grew from 2,000 to 13,000 servers
  • He ran the Cyber Security group at EIG hosted over 1 Million websites
  • At RapiScan, Jim made sure the bombs detectors used at air ports and nucular power plants were hardened
  • At Endeavor Robotics he wokred to ensure the millitary robots used to disable IEDs are safe from APTs.
With certifications falling short of securing technology, Jim saw a need in the market to have hardware and software products continually tested by real hackers. He started Null Tools to provide a venu for Businesses to test their metal against the pros.

Our Team

After years of networking in the Cyber Security community, we’ve pulled together an ad-hoc team of gray hats. We have a former U.S. Navy Counter Intelligence officer, MIT graduates, Social Engineers, privacy advocates and some kids that were just born to hack to name a few.

If you’re looking for Certs, you’ve come to the wrong place. Yes, we have them, but honestly, the global hackers don’t care. We value skill and geek out over things most will never care to know.