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Martin Investigative Services was recently featured in an article for Digital Guardian. Thomas G. Martin was asked about his top tips for improving board communication around security.
Martin Investigative Services was recently featured in and article in the July 2018 issue of Easyriders, a motorcycle magazine for men. The article is about private investigation, surveillance and illegal hidden cameras with regard to strip clubs. You can read the article via the methods below:
Private investigator Thomas Martin featured in an article from the HuffPost regarding the hidden cameras found in an Airbnb stay.
In the pursuit of gaining an advantage, divorcing spouses and executives might be persuaded by an unethical private investigator to embed illegal listening and video devices into opponent’s phone lines or in their boardrooms and bedrooms.
What’s a typical day like?
A typical day for me can be spent dealing with locating friends and family, performing surveillance on cheating spouses, providing advice on personal and corporate security or investigating on artist and business scams.
Investigator turns from drugs to bugs to keep board room safe for business.
The American Embassy in Moscow isn’t the only place where it’s difficult to hold a private conversation.
According to a local private investigator and former Justice Department official, the business world is also vulnerable to electronic eavesdropping.