DarkWatch: Combat Cybercrime, Trafficking, and Sextortion with CEO Noel Thomas
- DarkWatch, founded by CEO Noel Thomas, equips companies and governments with tools to combat cybercrime, including trafficking and sextortion.
- DarkWatch’s tools aid in investigating online criminal activity, tracking digital footprints to identify and bring criminals to justice.
- DarkWatch is developing training programs to promote global cooperation in fighting trafficking and sextortion, emphasizing the severity of human trafficking as a $150 billion industry.
Noel Thomas, CEO and founder of DarkWatch, shares the company’s mission of equipping companies and governments with tools to combat cybercrime, including trafficking and sextortion. DarkWatch has developed a suite of tools that assist in investigating online criminal activity, such as retail crime and other web-based crimes. By tracking digital footprints, they can identify and bring criminals to justice. Additionally, DarkWatch is developing training programs to promote cooperation with policy and strategy in the fight against trafficking and sextortion on a global scale.
Thomas emphasizes the severity of human trafficking, which affects 32 million people worldwide and is a $150 billion industry. He highlights the urgency of the issue, stating that while weapons and drugs can be recovered, victims of human trafficking face increasing danger. DarkWatch is dedicated to keeping communities safe by providing the necessary tools to visualize and combat human trafficking and cybercrime. Thomas expresses the company’s passion and commitment to making a difference in their communities. DarkWatch looks forward to working with partners and appreciates the opportunity to collaborate in the fight against organized crime.
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