Executive Shield

Address doxxing, fraud, and real physical security risks to key personnel by tracking threat actors and identifying vulnerabilities.

The Blind Spots

Revealing Targetable Weaknesses

Nisos helps businesses find and remove sensitive information that may lead to reputational damage or physical harm. By tracking and unmasking threat actors on social media, extremist forums and within the dark web, you can shield your executives from unnecessary harm.

Do you know how these people and factors can hurt you or your business?







Capture the Narrative

The 24-hour news cycle can do irreparable damage to an individual’s reputation and significantly impact the organizations to which they are tied. Reduce the potential impact of a crisis by proactively monitoring for unfavorable information.


Point in Time or On-Going

Are you being actively targeted? Nisos provides clients with the answers they need to make educated decisions about risk.


Comprehensive executive vulnerability research and remediation recommendations


Full-service removal of PII from people sites, databases, and other web locations; take downs of impersonated social media accounts


Tailored investigative diligence leveraging all-source OSINT and psychological assessments
Adversary Insights℠ RFI Subscription
Timely response to client-specific requests for finished intelligence on cyber and physical risks
OSINT Monitoring & Analysis
Client-specific curation and analysis of dark web, open source, and social media data
External Attack Surface Monitoring & Analysis
Defense against attacks to your digital perimeter and internal environment
Executive Shield
Discovery of threats to key personnel with attribution and PII takedown
Threat Landscape Assessment
Analysis of external threats to assess level of risk and identify methods of mitigation
Zero Touch Diligence®
Discovery and analysis to assess risk for investments, IPO, M&A, and third parties
Event-Driven Intel Investigation
Multidimensional security fact-finding in response to adversary behavior