Conflict International News

Uncovering the latest in bugging

Bugging devices that cost just £6 mean it is becoming increasingly easy and common to expose your information to hackers. These devices can uncover everything you have on your computer – emails,...

Read more

January the most likely month for divorce

Regrettably January is the month of the year when solicitors see a spike in enquiries about divorce.  Some legal firms claim that business can double at this time of the year as couples struggle...

Read more

Check the background

A few months ago, David Tovar, the Vice President of Communications at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. was in line for a promotion. Today, he has caused embarrassment to a worldwide organisation. Tovar resigned after...

Read more

Follow the phone trail to help catch a cheating partner

Christmas is seen as a time of goodwill but it can also expose someone who is being less than honest within a relationship. The festive season can offer telltale signs to a spouse who suspects a partner...

Read more

Ahead of Latest Bailout Payment, Cyprus Moved Quickly to Clean Up Corporate Registry

Three years after a financial crisis that left its banking system in disarray, Cyprus has been rapidly revoking corporate charters in an effort to satisfy intergovernmental bailout demands. The island-nation,...

Read more

Don’t get caught out by infidelity this Christmas

Statistics from various studies show that the office Christmas party is the main catalyst for developing infidelity within a relationship. Figures vary wildly but somewhere between a third and 45 per...

Read more

Mike LaCorte elected to 3rd Vice President, a prestigious role with the WAD

Conflict International Director Mike LaCorte has been elected as third Vice President of the World Association of Detectives at their 89th annual conference in New Zealand. Mike, who has more than...

Read more

‘Worm’ created to seek out vulnerable data

A US security analyst claims to have found dozens of previously undisclosed security vulnerabilities in well-known network storage devices. Jacob Holcomb believes a malicious worm he has developed can...

Read more

Conflict International at heart of world conference

The annual conference of the World Association of Detectives takes place in Auckland, New Zealand later this month.  The event is a gathering of some of the world’s best private investigators...

Read more

Crime victims urged to investigate offences themselves – report

A report by the independent assessor of police forces in England and Wales has found some have almost given up investigating certain offences such as car crime and lower level criminal damage. Her Majesty’s...

Read more

Enquiries