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Uncover potential security breaches within your organisation

Recent evidence has demonstrated that law enforcement and intelligence agencies in Africa have used technical surveillance to monitor the activities and communications of persons of interests. Whether you are the target or a law enforcement investigation or the suspect in a corruption and money laundering operation, the probability is very high that certain agencies are utilising technical means to gather ...

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The future of profits in the global security industry

Whilst Jesus noted that “the poor will always be with you”, a modern day messiah would observe that the growing concerns about terrorism, safety and security, suggests that crime will always be with us. In fact, with increasing demand for physical security products on the increase because of escalating criminal activities, security solutions are becoming more sophisticated and therefore complicated. ...

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Spy versus Spy

Recent experience in Africa has indicated that audio surveillance equipment is being purchased by Law Enforcement, Anti-Corruption Commissions and Security Agencies for intelligence gathering and long term surveillance operations. Yet, such equipment is often used incorrectly or without the proper training. Continue reading

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