In today’s rapidly evolving digital world in which information can be shared widely and instantly, it is critical that individuals and organizations alike be aware of their digital surroundings. To navigate the changing digital landscape our team uses OSINT, (Open-Source Intelligence) made up of any publicly available online information. While that sounds simple enough, today’s online landscape allows information sharing across mediums (like text, tweets, photos, and videos) and across internet platforms. Because there is so much data available online, it has become increasingly difficult to parse through find relevant and potentially threatening information. It is key now more than ever to have a team of experts that will investigate and find available and relevant information to identify potential risks to people, assets, and reputation.
Our OSINT investigations are led by Dr. Kim Miller. Dr. Miller brings 25 years of unparalleled experience to the team as a Licensed Private Detective, Certified Fraud Examiner, and certified paralegal who utilizes and analyzes OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) to help businesses and individuals understand and address any existing threats. With a combination of state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and our team’s critical thinking analysis approach, we can help you scan for information to identify threats both domestically and internationally. Once identified, our team continuously monitors information so that organizations are aware of any ongoing threats or problems. Whether you are an individual looking to learn more about your online information, or a business leader looking to protect critical business resources assets, our unique analytical approach serves a variety of interests across industries. To learn more, please reach out to Dr. Miller at 973-288-4260.
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