Frank M. Ahearn
I offer numerous services that fall within the category of privacy. If you are in need of high-net-worth privacy, digital disinformation or need to disappear, I can help. What I do is so unique that it is difficult to define because every one of my clients presents a different issue that needs a singular and creative solution. In fact, my value lies in my ability to fabricate one-of-a-kind solutions to one-of-a-kind problems.
Sometimes the unfortunate and unwanted arrives at your doorstep or computer screen. If you or your organization is faced with a dilemma you cannot seem to resolve my unique and sometimes unconventional stratagem service can be of help.
Stratagem Service: Out of all the service’s I provide I would say Stratagem is my favorite because I believe this is where my true talent comes to life. I have the ability to evaluate a situation that appears to be unresolvable, create, and execute a strategy that will resolve the problem. When faced with such a situation or obstacle that appears to have no resolution I am the expert who can help.
For the past thirty years, I have been in a business that resembles a game of international hide and seek. I was the number one skip tracer (locates people) and located individuals from Belgium to Belize. I performed this service by extracting personal information via pretext and social engineering.
Disinformation Service: The digital world has no reverse mode and most times lacks a delete button. One piece of information can change your life drastically. The only way to combat online information is with disinformation. If you have committed or been wrongfully accused of a faux pas. I will create information that will make it appear that another person who shares your name has committed the unpleasant action. On the other hand, I can create information that will contradict the alleged accusation.
High-Net-Worth Privacy: One of the central dangers I come across in the high net worth world is family connections. Family members "connected" to wealth and powerful business individuals can be desirable targets for abduction for profit. Vulnerable "connections" come from publicly available information as well as information posted or shared by employees and family. I play predator and locate the dangerous information, and then combat that information. I also educate inner-circle employees and family on how to avoid creating connections.
Business Integrity: If there is, one flaw I have come to notice with corporations is they tend to forget that privacy and security goes beyond the computer. Organizations lean towards being myopic with proprietary information and focus on data security but overlook human flaw. A serious question one should ask is if their information is secure against pretext, social engineering or a compromised employee.
Frank M. Ahearn: I am the author of three of the top books about disappearing, offline privacy and online privacy. In addition, a public speaker. I have spoken at 2b AHEAD Think!Tank (Germany), Lehigh University, Princeton University, Eastern Region Transportation Security Council, Mystery Writers of America, Kiss of Death, Romance Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, The Wolfe Pack and several private organizations.
I am the author of How to Disappear From BIG BROTHER: Avoid Surveillance, Prevent Unwanted Intrusion and Create Privacy in an Era of Global Spying - The Digital Hit Man: His Weapons for Combating the Digital World - How to Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, and Vanish without a Trace
How to Disappear From Big Brother teaches you how to become a virtual entity in a world of corporate data collection and government spying. In the past I wrote about erasing your digital footprint and vanishing without a trace. Unfortunately those days are long gone since there is no delete button in the digital world. Nor is there a guarantee that the privacy software being utilized online actually works to protect your identity.
The Digital Hit Man is the only book that teaches people how to create and use deception for the purpose of combating sites that violate your on-line privacy, be it scandalous information, negative information or the long-lost skeleton that digitally stepped out of the closet, now making your life miserable.
How to Disappear is the authoritative and comprehensive guide for people who seek to protect their privacy as well as for anyone who’s ever entertained the fantasy of disappearing—whether actually dropping out of sight or by eliminating the traceable evidence of their existence.
This is a new service for organizations in countries where there is internet censorship.