Conflict International is one of very few organisations capable of providing professional and experienced marine based TSCM (Technical Surveillance Counter Measures) on a fully global basis.Our multi-lingual teams, drawn mostly from military intelligence backgrounds, have been supplying discreet technical inspection services to global organisations and high-net-worth individuals for over 20 years.We
With much of the workforce now working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, is your company's data secure?#WFH is trending on social media as millions of employees have either been encouraged or instructed to work from home. This can create significant challenges for company IT systems in terms of ensuring
Conflict International is harnessing its experience and expertise to help new and existing clients cope with the global COVID-19 outbreak.A number of employers, such as food suppliers and online retailers, have seen an immediate need for more staff to cope with demand. We are offering a fast turnaround on thorough and
Cyber criminals are already attempting to capitalise on fears about the Coronavirus, using email scams, according to cyber security experts.A number of phishing emails have been uncovered around the world with the latest, reported by Sky News, targeting healthcare workers directly.The email scam, which has the subject line "ALL STAFF: CORONA VIRUS AWARENESS"
Conflict International has been accepted into the Canadian Investigative portal, Private Investigators Resource Center.CPIRC recommends the best investigative agencies around the world based on client requirements and has been operating in Canada and North America for 20 years. We are pleased to be joining their database and to help increase awareness
Fraud can be emotional as well as financial - and sometimes even both at the same time, especially when a catfish is involved.Research into millions of online dating profiles showed that 10% of new profiles created were fake. So when you 'swipe right', how can you make sure the person is genuine?Romance
Google says the majority of people choose not to change hacked login details despite research showing that billions of website passwords have been compromised.The company launched a Password Checker earlier this year, warning users if they have a hacked password. Anonymous data fed back to Google produced some alarming results.650,000 people took
When you see ads on Google, you may have come across one that seems to know what you are thinking - that's no accident.When you are signed in to a Google account, the search engine uses all the information it gathers from you to target the ads to something you are