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Due Diligence Investigations
Cybertrace are experts in Due Diligence investigations. Our Europe office is based in The Hague, Netherlands and operates Globally.
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Stage one for a due diligence investigation is the collection of all the relevant information known to the client. This information provides our team with the foundation of our investigation. From this information were develop and understanding of your needs, focus and time-frame.
Stage 2 includes thorough assessment and validation of the known information and discovery of new information via multiple information sources. The existing and new information is cross referenced where any anomolies are identified and assessed for risk.
Stage 3 commences when all information sources are collected and assessed, detailed professional reporting is undertaken. We pride ourselves on our reporting standards which inform the client of all relevant information relating to the Subject person or company..
DUE DILIGENCE INVESTIGATIONS
providers of corporate intelligence
Cyber Investigations are also referred to as Online Investigations or Internet Investigations. We’re not concerned which term you choose to use, our concern is providing you with the results you need. Primarily, cyber investigations are used by private investigators for cyber fraud, assets & due diligence investigations and background checks.
The majority of individuals have a cyber-footprint to some degree. We target social media and the deep-web in order to identify any information of interest in relation to an individual, a place or thing for either commercial or private purposes. Cyber Investigations are discreet and no contact is required to identify a person’s cyber-footprint which is one of the major advantages.
Cyber Investigations are ideal for a range of reasons, including:
- Identifying an individual’s assets
- Undertaking due diligence as part of corporate business acquisition
- Brand and reputation protection
- Background Checking
- Commercial Intelligence
- In support of traditional private investigations, or,
- Gaining the edge on your competitors by knowing who they are, and what they have been up to.