Birmingham AL Feb. 24 2016

Intelligence Led Investigation
Birmingham AL
February 24, 2016
Qualifies For Alabama License Renewal CEU Credits

Schedule:

Days: Wednesday
Dates: February 24, 2016
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Jefferson State Junior College Main Campus | Lurleen Wallace Hall – Room 300
Registration Fee: $125.00

Here’s How To Register:

(1) Register for the class online HERE or call 205-285-8292.

Here’s How To Pay For The Class:

Pay With Paypal:

Register online by completing the Booking Reservation. At the time of online registration, you have the option of paying via Paypal. A Paypal surcharge of $5.00 is added to the class fee. Your Paypal payment for this class is $130.00. Or you can pay by check:

Pay With Check:

(1)Make $125.00 check payable to:
Crane Intelligence

(2) Mail To:
P.O. Box 639
Gardendale AL 35071
Checks must be received by Feb. 17, 2016 to insure seat reservation. After this date, call 205-285-8292 to check on avilability.

 

 

 

Fill Out The Registration Form Below and Send Your Booking

Social Intelligence For The Financial Industry

Crane Intelligence
Alabama Private Investigators

The financial industry spends billions of dollars each year to prevent security breachs which would lay open thousands of pages of sensitive data to hackers but seem to consistently fail to toughen their weakest link which is their employees.

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Criminal enterprises have become as sophisticated and well trained as most legitimate enterprises and in most cases they take their work much more seriously than the average employee. Crane Intelligence, a group of Alabama Private Investigators, finds that in as many as 30% of our financial security breach investigations, employees unknowingly supplied the missing piece of the puzzle to the intruder(s).

Financial Intelligence Services by Crane Intelligence

Financial Intelligence Services by Crane Intelligence

If you will take a few minutes to just lean back and close your eyes, let me give you a view of what one of these criminal enterprises looks like from the inside. The picture I paint here is repeated all across the globe with many here in the United States but the most notorious work from countries that either overlook the illegal activity or do not have the resources to combat it. The typical hacking operation consists of a number of individuals working together to solve a puzzle. The puzzle is your data server(s). Each team member has an expertise and their findings are relayed to a common computer screen for all to see. Team members often place bets on which one will be the first to solve the puzzle. To start the game, the name of your business is known, any related IP addresses are known and all variables that might help solve the puzzle are displayed to the group. The competitive atmosphere continues to escalate with many team members working around the clock to solve the puzzle. As mentioned earlier, the missing piece is often found when an employee left a bit of information on a social media site or casually mentioned a critical piece of information while having lunch with a friend at the sandwich shop down the street from your gold mine of information–bet you don’t know who that is setting at the next table.

Loose ships sink ships as do scratch pads, sticky notes and personal smartphones. When you find yourself in need of locating your weak links, Crane Intelligence can do the job for you or we can teach you how to be a spy. You will learn to be a criminologist, a sociologist, anthropologist and maybe a bit of a pyschologist. You will learn that people love to talk and most just talk too much.

As an end note, there are entire cities in middle and eastern Europe where the majority of the population are self-employed hackers. Many do nothing but troll social media sites looking for information to sell. They have set up online sites to which they publish their information and charge monthly fees to other hackers for access to the information. It reality, its very bad out there.

Private Security Opportunities

Private Security Training Opportunities

offered by
Crane Intelligence

Private Security opportunites are forecast to trend upward over the next five to ten years. The general industry consensus is that private security companies will more than double in the next five years and expenditures for security will rise by fifty percent or more.

For those wishing to enter the field of private security, opportunities exist in large numbers. Working in private security is much more than just a job–you will be taking on the responsibility for the security and protection of yourself, others and personal property. You must accept and acknowledge your responsibilities with vigor–you must have physical strength, good health, knowledge of law and a double dose of common sense.

Call Crane Intelligence for additional information on the training that will get you gainfully and safely employed.

Phone: 205-285-8292