USB Cable: Friend or Foe?

Ever find one of those spare USB cables lying around your office and don’t even remember buying it? Or have you ever been to one of those hotspots and needed a quick charge for either your phone or laptop? Well … Read More

What’s in a password?

If you have ever heard the story of Alibaba and the forty thieves you already know how crucial passwords are.  In the story, Alibaba finds himself in a cave which holds jewels and gold behind a magic wall. The magic … Read More

Law Enforcement and Technology

A few decades ago, technology in law enforcement agencies revolved around one thing – the police radio. That and knowledge of pay phones nearby was all they would use to keep the thugs off the street. With officers having an … Read More

The hack that left with $66 Million

The hack of roughly $66 million worth of bitcoins from the Hong Kong-based Bitfinex exchange focuses on poor security practices and weaknesses in bitcoin exchanges. Accordingly, this makes the hack one of the biggest bitcoin thefts to date, but is … Read More

U.S. jails Chinese businessman in military hacking case

The U.S. has jailed a Chinese national for nearly four years after he admitted conspiring to hack into the computer systems of major U.S. defence contractors to steal military hardware secrets. The 50-year-old man, Su Bin, was arrested while working … Read More

PM Investigations, Inc. & Silent Shield, LLC release CATIE

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Silent Shield unveils CATIE, new software in fight against crime July 29, 2014 Atlanta, GA- Through a collective effort, PM Investigations, Inc. and Silent Shield has released its evidence gathering and tracking software, CATIE. CATIE, or … Read More

PM Investigations, Inc. Starts Internet BLOG Posts

ATLANTA, Georgia, January 10, 2011 — Jim Persinger, Owner and Chief Executive Officer, of PM Investigations, Inc. announced and opened PM Investigations’ BLOG posts at Mr. Persinger was quoted as saying, “For years we’ve posted to Internet forums, news … Read More

PM Investigations reduces VRM

Atlanta, Georgia, August 24, 2010 – Today, Jim Persinger of PM Investigations, Inc., announced a discounted value price placed on its winning application – Visual Report Manager! Visual Report Manager (aka VRM), is used to assist the Investigator with case … Read More

PM Investigations, Inc. Announces PMI2GO

Atlanta, Georgia, November 3, 2009 – Today, Jim Persinger of PM Investigations, Inc., announced a new service on the horizon called PMI2Go™, which will offer a place where investigators will be able to store investigative data related to PM Investigations’ … Read More

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