C5IS Releases The Big Black Book of Electronic Surveillance
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C5IS Releases The Big Black Book of Electronic Surveillance

By Gov CIO Outlook | Tuesday, February 16, 2021

C5IS recently released The Big Black Book of Electronic Surveillance to disclose leading companies that manufacture and sell spyware to government agencies worldwide.

FREMONT, CA: C5IS recently released The Big Black Book of Electronic Surveillance. It is the first publicly accessible treatise to disclose leading companies that manufacture and sell spyware to government agencies worldwide.

The Big Black Book opens the world of opportunities of surveillance technology utilized to track opposing nation-states, suspects, terrorists, and whole populations: packets monitor, analytics and artificial intelligence, cyber offensive, mobile location, open-source intelligence. It even includes facial recognition and voice biometrics, legal interception, and solutions for military surveillance.

The volume discusses the innovative surveillance technologies utilized in the digital field of combat by the United States, Russia, China, Israel, India, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and other countries to disrupt opponents and gain political advantage. It even investigates the surveillance work of leading technology brands that market commercial technology products to the public while unexpectedly producing spyware for government agencies.

The aim of "The Big Black Book of Electronic Surveillance" is to offer affordable access to the information about surveillance solutions and their suppliers in one comprehensive, encyclopedic source with accuracy. The book with 604-page, combined with a glossary illustrating technology terminologies common to the business world, is available on Amazon in print and Kindle versions.

C5IS is the most popular read source of information for law enforcement, government departments, military intelligence, communications firms, and technology leaders on surveillance technologies in the field. The publication represents surveillance groups' expertise in intelligence, law enforcement, and public policy and is followed by participants of more than 130 countries. Their goal is to ensure informed choices and remove speculations from the procedure of buying electronic surveillance solutions. It also offers relevant news and information on the sector and public policy, which they will not find anywhere.

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