Intelligence and Investigations


Businesses have encountered growing numbers of disgruntled employees, vengeful ex-employees and ruthless competitors and distributors. These factors have resulted in a growing need for corporate investigations. International Trace determines the source and extent of the problem, develops information about the parties responsible, minimizes damage to the client and identifies effective measures to prevent further losses.

International Trace's business intelligence services provide reliable insight into the financial stability, capabilities and public reputation of competitors and potential business partners. We provide sophisticated investigations into intellectual property matters, and intelligence on companies and business entities, reporting on their history, creditworthiness, ownership and corporate structure, and the industries and countries in which they operate.

The International Trace investigations team is comprised of specialists from a wide range of disciplines, including law, law enforcement, intelligence, accounting, technology and management consulting. Working closely and confidentially with management and/or legal counsel, our investigators help to devise a strategy to address such problems as theft of trade secrets, threats and hostile acts, product diversion, grey market and counterfeit products, patent and trademark infringements, workplace threats and violence, and other employee issues.



  • Asset Investigations
  • Business Intelligence
  • Counter Surveillance
  • Employee Investigations
  • Fraud Investigations
  • International Due Diligence
  • Legal Investigations
  • Loss Prevention Investigations
  • Private Investigations
  • Public Records Research
  • Third-Party Audits
  • Training & Consultation

International Trace is my go-to resource for corporate security support. They have been a tremendous resource for me over the years.
— Dan Devine, SunGard Data Systems

What We've Achieved

  • Created, pioneered, and trademarked the concept of “Organic Security”; invited to present concept at the ASIS International Conference on Emerging Security Practice and Trends.
  • Through skillful interviewing, obtained a confession from a company manager who embezzled $300,000.
  • Made media appearances on nationally syndicated television, radio, newspapers, magazines and industry conferences.
  • Organized an Anti-Terrorism conference in Washington D.C. with a founding member of the Central Intelligence Agency's Counter Terrorism Center.
  • Conducted Anti-Terrorism and Security Awareness training for 14 sovereign consulates.
  • Conducted supply chain security audits and investigative assignments in countries throughout Latin America, China, Southeast Asia and the Middle East