Who We Are
Social and Web Investigation Conducted Properly
Founded in 2011, SMI Aware is the longest-running social media evidence collection and preservation company. We have created proprietary technology that enables us to locate, export, and preserve information from social media, search engines, public records, and the deep web. We help legal professionals, claims investigators, government agencies, and financial institutions find and analyze web and social media evidence for use in due-diligence investigations, background checks, fraud, and criminal cases.
With a team of experienced analysts, SMI Aware not only exports and preserves social media and online evidence, but also provides curated reports that are ready-to-use in your investigation. Ethical investigation techniques combined with a secured chain-of-custody provides our customers with admissible evidence that saves your team time, money, and frustration.
With over two-thirds of adults sharing information on social media, there is a good chance that information relevant to your investigation is available – if you can find it.
Meet Our CEO
SMI Aware: We Are an Extension of Your Team
The SMI Aware Code of Ethics
SMI Aware Will
Maintain Data Security
Comply with Laws & Regulations
Conduct Unbiased Investigation
Accurately Identify the Subject
Conduct Anonymous Investigations
SMI analysts will utilize proprietary techniques to protect your investigation from being discovered (i.e. the subject will not be alerted to the investigation and change privacy settings or remove incriminating evidence).
SMI Aware Will Not
Engage in Unethical Conduct
SMI and its employees will not engage in illegal or unethical conduct, or any activity which would be constitute a conflict of interest.
Hack Social Networks
SMI analysts will not hack a subject’s password to circumvent network safeguards or gain access to information which is not in the public forum
Interact with Subject
SMI analysts will not interact with the subject of an investigation (e.g. they do not send friend requests to gain access to protected information).
Break Client Confidentiality
SMI will not share information about investigations with third parties.