We do not tolerate the illegal or unethical use of our remote smartphone monitoring software products like CellSpy, Guardian, MzanziSpy and others, and neither should you. If you believe that someone other than your employer or a parent may want to monitor your movements or communications then you can prevent them from doing so by following these simple suggestions
Competitive intelligence (“CI”) is a vital business activity that every company should be engaged in, to some degree or another, in order to remain competitive. With CellSpy, the top-rated child and employee monitoring app, being our most popular product, the lion’s share of our CI budget is devoted to the detection of new spyware products and the monitoring of existing spyware vendors. An integral part of that CI effort is the purchasing of competing spyware products for examination and analysis. All but a handful of those purchases are made online, from websites accessible to the general public.
Whether it was nicked out of your bag by the office kleptomaniac, fell out of your pocket while climbing off the train, or was taken at gunpoint by a street thug, it doesn’t change the fact that losing a mobile phone really sucks. For some, the loss is financial, especially if the device was purchased on credit and not yet paid off. For others, losing the information that was stored on the phone is far more devastating than losing the device itself.
What would a private investigation blog be without an article about how to become a private investigator? Technically it would still be a private investigation blog I guess, but here we go anyways. For some, becoming a private investigator was (or is) the natural, perhaps inevitable, next phase in their career after having served in the police, military or intelligence services.
If you’re asking yourself “what the #$%@ is phishing?” then you should probably read on because phishing could potentially cost you your life savings, your identity, your job, your marriage and even your freedom. Although it’s pronounced fishing this has nothing to do with catching phish. If anything, it has to do with catching people.
Intertel runs a thriving reputation management business, Intertrust, that is well regarded in the industry and attracts high profile individuals and businesses in need of professional reputation management, disaster mitigation and brand rehabilitation assistance. On 14 November 2014 our managing director, Brett Powell, was interviewed for an article in the RiskSA Magazine regarding reputation management, with a specific focus on the hospitality industry. Below is a transcript of that interview – the questions asked and the answers provided.