Our investigators are highly trained to perform discrete surveillance worldwide and provide court admissible evidence of wrongdoing which can be the difference between winning or losing your case.
There are many investigations where surveillance is necessary to prove your case. Unfaithful partners, fraudulent injury claims, business agreement breaches and a host of other cases. Our team of investigators will put the subject under surveillance in order to obtain photographic and video evidence of the client's allegations.
The use of domestic and industrial eavesdropping continues to rise around the world. If you are concerned that you are the victim of surveillance strategies, such as a wiretap, spy cams, a tracking device or any other clandestine eavesdropping devices meant to intercept sensitive, classified or private information, then we are ready to help you put your worries to rest. Our counter-surveillance specialists are expertly trained and will provide you with specialized experience Private Investigators International has extensive first-hand experience with a wide variety of surveillance techniques and devices. Using this experience, we provide technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) that are tailored to meet your unique needs and expectations.
Intellectual property theft
and trade secret theft often go unnoticed until an employee is terminated. Suddenly a competitor introduces a new product or process that is virtually identical to yours. By performing a computer forensic investigation on any electronic devices the employee had access to, sufficient evidence can be found to prove theft of intellectual business property and business trade secrets. This evidence can be used in court to stop the competitor's use, prosecute the responsible party(s) and win compensatory damages.
If you have a product or service to sell, you and your organization are at risk of being victimized by corporate espionage and information theft.
It happens to large and small organizations alike. In fact, 40 percent of all U.S. businesses have reported intellectual property losses. And, the average loss due to corporate espionage over a two-year period is over $4 million.
An organization can lose proprietary information through a simple incident such as someone rummaging through its trash. A loss might also occur when a mobile device, tablet or laptop computer is lost or stolen. More sophisticated means of corporate espionage and information theft is also prevalent, including the planting of radio frequency transmitters and phone taps.