Page 6 - IAMI Review Magazine September - December 2015
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CyberCrime A National Policing spokesman has stated:
“The fall in the crime rate over the past decade is misleading.
The crime rate is not falling, it is migrating to the internet!”
The impact of cyber & cyber enabled crime is at the forefront of media attention in todays society. Social media, games devices, email and virtual worlds have exploded in popularity and the means by which people communicate and interact has changed beyond all recognition since the progression from fixed line telephony and ‘snail mail’.
In the area of ‘Internetshire’ there are no physical boundaries. Some people will go to great lengths to protect their anonymity on line particularly when it comes to committing crime but invariably they will ‘slip up’ – often by utilising a username or email address on social media or on a buying and selling site. They may have ‘named’ the device they are using. These ‘errors’ present the investigator or researcher with the opportunity to glean more information about the individual.
The days (and nights) of physical surveillance should now be a thing of the past. Law Enforcement, Private Investigators, Fraud Investigators, employers and even private individuals can save valuable time, money and resources by carrying out effective interrogation of *Open Sources of information on the internet to trace and monitor subjects.
In my experience as an investigator, I have traced and captured evidence through *Open Source in numerous investigations including, paedophiles, rapists, stolen property & trolls and built lifestyle profiles on suspects. As a private individual, I have identified persons responsible for sending phishing emails relating to my personal bank and PayPal accounts.
Any person who uses the internet is leaving a trace! Our training at JC Insite Ltd will provide you with the skills to know how and where to find it and if necessary to capture it in an evidential format for Court purposes.
For further information please call for an informal chat, visit our website www.jcinsite.co.uk or email enquiries@jcinsite.co.uk
*Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is intelligence collected from publicly available sources.[1] In the intelligence community (IC), the term “open” refers to overt, publicly available sources (as opposed to covert or clandestine sources); it is not related to open-source software or public intelligence.
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