FINDING THOSE WHO DON'T WANT TO BE FOUND

Global Intelligence, leaves legacy digital options to move into state-of-the-art cyber investigations. Grizzly, the SaaS cyber forensic solution bridges the gap between tips and search warrants by finding the identity trail online to build a case. Investigators no longer rely on confiscating digital devices, attaching old-fashioned cables or devices.

Cyber investigative techniques filter irrelevant data and predict where and when crime is likely to occur, by following cyber patterns left by suspects. Grizzly, from Global Intelligence, uses no hardware, no cables, and no devices to pack around.  No need to access suspect laptops. Take any tip. Plug that information into your private IRIS portal.

In minutes, Global Intelligence, finds every cyber trail as a foundation to support building more evidence for search warrants and subpoenas.

In 2017, Adam Mosher and Steve Burns founded Global Intelligence in Fredericton, NB, Canada, to focus on technical development and innovation to help protect innocent victims. Using cutting-edge machine learning automated systems, a mountain of data can be sorted in hours or minutes. Irrelevant information is quickly discarded, and critical evidence identified.

Criminals try to hide their digital tracks, but Global Intelligence identifies and locates people who don’t want to be found. Proprietary Cyber DNA Engines in Global Intelligence AI technology demonstrate an overall 94.3% accuracy rating (November 2019 statistics.) No more manually sorting through every piece of data on every device from every potential criminal.

Global Intelligence automatically finds those who don’t want to be found!

Learn more about the dedicated team who makes it happen. A diverse group of individuals from various provinces across the country

Corporations, governments and law enforcement agencies face a mountain of increasingly complex data. We use patented machine learning and AI

Greater Efficiency Uncovering Critical Digital Evidence

  • Artificial Intelligence, or AI, traditionally refers to a computer that learns, reasons, perceives, or processes language. Computers with artificial intelligence software work on their own without constant supervision. The software learns how to respond by using algorithms and historical data. Then it can start making predictions. In criminal investigations, Global Intelligence Inc. AI searches for evidence and identifies potential perpetrators by sorting through digital information called Cyber DNA.

  • Machine Learning is a subset of artificial intelligence. Machine Learning focuses on statistics to learn from data. Currently used in many industries, machine learning helps with image processing, predictions, classifications and other ways that data is organized and analyzed. Instead of programming a computer with every step, Global Intelligence machine learning uses past experience to learn new tasks and predict the movements of suspected criminals, making them easier to find.