Croatia, Hungary, United Kingdom
Bluelight Global Solutions investigators called in on decade-long Croatia vs MOL battle
The London private investigation and security firm, which assists security agencies across the Commonwealth, has been working on a dispute between Hungarian energy giant MOL and the Croatian government that has raged for more than 10 years.
NGO CoJiT provides link between Amersi, Ian Maxwell and British Conservative MPs
Mohamed Amersi, who has been trying to break into Conservative political circles for some time, has through one of his think tanks employed the parliamentary assistant of rising Conservative MP Alexander Stafford.
The Corporate Intelligence Village Voice
Burton moves to Nardello, Sene sanction confirmed, Crystal Blockchain sets up in London, Kikkar debuts in asset recovery, Avisa expands in DC
Jenna Burton switches from Raedas to Nardello.
French armed forces ministry sanction against corporate intelligence consultant confirmed
Crystal Blockchain opens up in the UK
Kikkar Advisory opens up for asset recovery
Under fire in France, Avisa expands in Washington
United Kingdom, United States
CT Group's special branch hires CBS Washington bureau chief to lead DC opening
The consultancy and investigation branch of Sir Lynton Crosby and Mark Textor's advisory firm has hired star journalist Chris Isham to run its US office.
G3 veteran Dave Jones joins CT
Dave Jones has been appointed head of investigation at CT Solutions and Private Advisory (CT SPA), a new unit of [...]
FBME affair: Court puts pressure on Brown and Leighton
The methods of the two corporate intelligence veterans have come under scrutiny in court in London.
United Kingdom, United States
PDVSA gets investigative help in case against Glencore and co.
An appeal lodged in the US in August by PDVSA US Litigation Trust, a financial vehicle claiming to act on [...]
FBME case: ruling goes against Nigel Brown
The commercial court in London found that Metropolitan Police officer turned private investigator Nigel Brown breached the confidentiality of his [...]
GCHQ opts for managed cloud services
Known for being protective of its strategic intelligence, Britain's interceptions agency is making increasing use of trusted private firms.
Panopticon banks on big data to monitor threats
Panopticon Technologies, a firm founded by Daniel Korski, a former [...]
Lord Lingfield joins Scotland Yard security camera investigations team
Conservative Lord Robert Balchin, Baron Lingfield, has recently made a [...]
Ex-GIGN chief, link between Thales and Qatar's cyber body Somod
Thierry Orosco, the former commander of France's GIGN elite intervention unit, is an advisor to Somod, the Qatari cybersecurity organisation that recently signed a partnership with Thales, one of whose subsidiaries Orosco also advises.
Ex-GCHQ chief Robert Hannigan becomes super-consultant
Robert Hannigan, who stepped down as head of Britain's interception agency GCHQ in January, has taken on a number of [...]
Shin Bet vet hangs his hat in Kiev
According to our information, Israeli private investigator Moshe Buller is set to open offices in Kiev for his private company [...]
Chelsea Group, the former Hart Integrated Solutions, the security firm [...]
Spotlight | France, United Kingdom
Part entente cordiale, part culture clash
The current unprecedented levels of terror threat have led the French and British intelligence services to work together to a degree previously unheard of. Intelligence Online has investigated the strengthened cooperation pact on both sides of the English Channel.
Russia, United Kingdom
NCA's new policy scares off Russians
The National Crime Agency, the anti-crime agency in favour with Home Secretary Theresa May, is getting closer to the US, which could have a negative impact on some London- dwellers.
Spotlight | Russia, United Kingdom, United States
US, UK investigators tackle Russian doping
The investigation by the highly political World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) that led to calls in November for Russian athletes to be banned from global athletics events is entering a new phase this month. On January 14, the second part of [.
John Stevens, the former commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, restructed [...]