Created in 1986 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the David Levy Company,a successful 12-volt products distributor, Black Widow Security was launched as the next logical step in the growth of DLC.
In the years leading up to the creation of Black Widow, DLC had been a large provider of vehicle security components including sirens, switches, and relays. In those early days, vehicle security systems were usually not much more than a fender mounted key switch controlling a horn and possibly the vehicle's lights. At that time, remote control was a relatively new technology usually reserved for higher end systems. Recognizing the market's need to spread new technology through functional, affordable security products, David Levy Company saw an opportunity to capitalize on their manufacturing and distribution capabilities. It was this natural progression that led DLC to develop and market their own security products, giving birth to the Black Widow Security brand.
Following the same ideals that has brought over 17 years of continued success with Black Widow, David Levy Company launched their CyberTrak Interactive Vehicle Systems division in 2002. Cybertrak's mission is to bring the consumer an economical way of utilizing the latest telematics and GPS technologies to monitor and protect their vehicles.
With the formation of the CyberTrak Interactive Vehicle Systems division and the development of the CyberTrak Vehicle Location Unit (VLU), DLC has found the perfect compliment to their very successful Black Widow brand of vehicle security products. In addition to their CyberTrak and Black Widow Security brands, DLC distributes many other electronic parts and accessories, and also serves an OEM supplier to several key consumer electronics manufacturers.