WHO WE ARE
SMI Aware is an open-source Intelligence data collection firm that helps the legal industry ethically discover, analyze, and preserve information from social media and the web.
WHAT WE DO
We help law firms and corporate legal teams collect and preserve evidence from social media, search engines, public records, and the deep web by integrating scope-driven information into a comprehensive report admissible in court.
WHO WE HELP
We help law firms and corporate legal teams specializing in the following practice areas…
- Class Action
- Corporate Legal Departments
- Due Diligence
- Labor and Employment
- Mass Tort, Toxic Tort
- Product Liability
- Risk Management
Partnering with SMI Aware ensures the research process delivers consistent, defensible open-source intelligence to meet your unique needs.
A comprehensive search can take hours for an employee, leading to a loss in productivity and reduced focus on other priorities. Our search methodologies control the process every step of the way to quickly deliver the data you need.
Many law firms lack the internal administrative team of expertise to handle open-source intelligence projects. Our transparent pricing and fixed costs help save you money while acquiring the valuable information you need.
Whether it is one case with 1,000 claimants or 100 smaller cases, you want a partner who can quickly source the relevant data. SMI Aware can search large numbers of subjects and companies at scale cost-effectively and thoroughly.
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Photo and video sharing on popular social media platforms gives insight into the day-to-day life of a person. If a picture is worth 1000 words, then significant insight into a person’s routine, perspective, and abilities can tell a story about the life of a person before, during, and after an accident. … Continue reading
RISKS OF D.I.Y. OSINT
Attempting to alter, conceal, falsify, or destroy online evidence is illegal and can harm you and your case.
Inappropriate access to OSINT findings without securing and preserving source code and metadata can render your evidence useless in court.
With over 302 million social media users in the US, it can be easy to misidentify a subject without proper training and authentication.
Non-encrypted, sensitive information can leave your firm vulnerable to data breaches.
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