When you’re in the hunt for a surveillance technology solution, perhaps the toughest question you face is:
“How do I know what I don’t know?”
Unlike any other sector in the technology business, surveillance technology vendors operate under the radar. They are by definition discrete. It’s rare to see a press release touting a new surveillance product or a website explaining in concrete terms what a surveillance solution suite does or how it differs from competing companies’ products. Not all vendors attend or exhibit at the handful of industry trade shows catering to the surveillance marketplace. The majority of technology trade media don’t (or won’t) touch surveillance products.
This complete dearth of information leaves buyers in the dark — and can make your investment in surveillance technology “hit or miss.”
Step Into the Light
Insider Surveillance is the first and only medium dedicated to helping you understand the full array of surveillance technology solutions to choose from.
What you will find here: detailed reviews and information on the makers of electronic surveillance solutions — what they do and how each performs. Granted, with the time and resources to conduct your own research, you might find some of this information on your own. But the nagging questions in the back of your mind would always remain: “Have I missed anything?” and “Do I have all the available information needed to make the right purchase?”
As the single-most comprehensive repository of information on the electronic surveillance industry, Insider Surveillance eliminates any guesswork from your decision-making process.
Here we will provide content generally available nowhere else: reviews of technology vendors; an overview of applicable laws and pending policy changes that impact the law; organizations whose work influences the evolution of new surveillance technologies and the outcome of investigations.
- Third party lawful intercept service bureaus for CALEA and FISA compliance to assist federal, state and local law enforcement
- Active and passive surveillance solutions required by law for communications service providers: wireline, wireless, Internet and cloud-based
- Technologies that take charge of a suspect’s device
- Location-based technologies
- Analytics: DPI, forensics, biometrics, real-time predictive, testing & validation
- Social media monitoring
- Electronic surveillance technologies expressly designed for the intelligence community and the military
Law and Public Policy:
- The Patriot Act
- “Title III”
- Lexis/Nexis Investigators
The focus of Insider Surveillance is narrow but deep. For that reason, we believe it is uniquely valuable to our members.