We've all seen the TV crime shows where the forensic technician opens the grainy surveillance, then zooms in on a tiny face, license plate or scrap of paper, hits the enhance button and, magically, the image becomes sharp and clear (accompanied by appropriate background music).
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The same technology that has led to the current popularity of cellular telephones has also made cellular telephone systems all the more susceptible to unauthorized interception.
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Due to their greater susceptibility to a variety of attacks, telephones probably pose the greatest single threat to audio security. Look around and you see them everywhere, with a growing number of attachments.
Protecting one's information against the threat of technical interception, or eavesdropping, is complicated by the variety of techniques which the eavesdropper has at his disposal. If he is determined to intercept the information, he may employ any or all combinations of threat techniques.
As the technology continues to advance at an overwhelming pace, so does our dependency on internet based technology. Researchers in years past would utilize manual sources such as the local library, archived court records and news publications to gather intelligence on the subject of their investigation.
At some point you have probably shared or will share professional information "in confidence," and when you do, you trust the other party or parties to keep the information to themselves.
The partnership between attorneys and private investigators is an important one. When you need an asset search, background check, fraud analysis, or other specialized research, a qualified professional investigator has the skills and resources to do the job for you more efficiently than you can do it yourself.