When I think about privacy I do not limit my scope to the end game of something which protects. I believe the process of creating privacy should be equally secure as the act of privacy itself. What this means is many individuals and organizations think about creating privacy but do not think about the pre-privacy process. Meaning, how secure is the journey and execution? Imagine going through all the motions of creating privacy only to discover that your past actions created a hole.
In addition, and equally important, many view privacy, from solely a digital point of view and this is a dire mistake. Privacy and security must also be dealt with from a non—digital/non-technological point of view as well. Just as technology can hack, humans can pretext, therefore each are an equal danger to the integrity of your security.
What I do is work with clients before and after they cross the privacy bridge. My job is to confirm that the bridge is sound, the path is clear and all secure on the other side. Or if you are over the bridge, I search to backwards for potential vulnerabilities left in the path. My expertise as a skip tracer, social engineer and privacy expert provides a unique perspective in privacy, one which engineers and technology cannot foresee.