Forensic Pathways, a Birmingham-based enterprise renowned for its innovative threat intelligence, cyber and risk and reputation technologies proudly announces its patronage of the Greater Birmingham Global Chamber of Commerce (GBCCC). This strategic collaboration marks a noteworthy milestone in the region’s technological capabilities, further setting Forensic Pathways’ commitment to innovation and global trade.
Established in 2001 and led by the visionary duo of CEO and Founder Deb Leary and Director Ben Leary, Forensic Pathways boasts an award-winning team comprising in-house software developers, computer scientists, and investigators. Their expertise in Cybersecurity not only pushes innovation but also underlines the enterprise’s commitment to maintaining the highest standards of excellence, recently resulting in Clarifyi, an innovative dark web and threat intelligence software solution that has received support from UK Government; https://www.forensic-pathways.com/clarifyi/.
Over the past 22 years Forensic Pathways has emerged as a pioneer in the development of dark web monitoring, social media intelligence, and investigative services. By offering an array of cutting-edge tools and services, the Forensic Pathways empowers a diverse clientele to navigate the complexities of the digital landscape, providing significant cyber risk and reputation management expertise.
The Company has gained a global reputation, attracting clients from diverse sectors including law enforcement, cyber security organisations, legal, and financial industries. The Company’s client portfolio reflects its dedication to fostering a safer and more secure digital environment for all.
Deb Leary said, “Forensic Pathways was a ‘born global’ company with innovation and a commitment to ensuring a global positive impact at its core. Our heartbeat lies in global trade, innovation, collaboration and doing ‘good business”.
Deb Leary currently serves as the President of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC).
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