News Bureau Dedicated to Covering Electronic Surveillance Technology for Law Enforcement, Government and the Military
WASHINGTON, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Insider Surveillance launched today providing in-depth reporting, analysis and reviews on the key players, technologies, trends and issues surrounding one of the world’s most controversial and mysterious markets: the electronic surveillance industry.
Available to subscribers at www.insidersurveillance.com, the publication targets audiences that include providers of electronic surveillance technologies, communications companies that purchase solutions for legal compliance, and governments and law enforcement agencies that use these solutions to detect, investigate and capture criminals and terrorists.
Insider Surveillance will drill down into the needs and interests of its audiences, providing product and service comparison “shootouts” that help buyers make sound purchase decisions based on objective analysis.
Topics covered will include: lawful intercept solutions used under the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), social media analytics and monitoring, “ethical malware,” voice biometrics, mobile location, encrypted traffic monitoring, global geo-location tracking, predictive analytics in threat forecasting, and other emerging technologies.
Insider Surveillance will also examine policy issues that impact the industry, such as the intersection of national security and privacy, and recent tech industry challenges to court orders and subpoenas for lawful intercept.
To ensure the objectivity of reviews and analysis, Insider Surveillance will not accept advertising, offer sponsorships or publish “branded content.” To protect the privacy of members, the publication will neither buy nor sell lists. Membership is by subscription only.
New members will receive a complimentary copy of “The Little Black Book of Electronic Surveillance: A Buyer’s Guide to the Top 150 Vendors.” The book lists the industry’s foremost players, their location, products, product functionality, partnerships and target markets. Market segments covered include CALEA trusted third party providers, lawful intercept devices, mobile location tracking, voice biometrics, malware, deep packet inspection, analytics and forensics, and military special ops services.
About Insider Surveillance
Insider Surveillance is the Journal of Electronic Surveillance Technology. Information at www.insidersurveillance.com