Online Privacy & Safety

Today’s tech companies are predatory and misrepresent how their customers (and their data) are the product. Factor in online scraping bots and tools; even one instance of having personal identifying information (PII) revealed online can spread like wildfire. This frequently leads to cyberstalking, online harassment, and identity theft, which is terrible in itself. However, these can also spill over into real-world threats, making them even more dangerous. 

Due to this hostile environment, Reveille Advisors’ expert investigators offer comprehensive online privacy and safety services. With decades of experience in the U.S. Intelligence Community and online media platforms, we effectively help you resolve your problem and protect you from future attempts. 

An anonymous woman wearing a pink shirt has her hands in front of her face in a crossed or "x" pattern. She is doing this to conceal her identity from the vantage point we're facing her. Online privacy is becoming harder and harder to achieve, which is why we share best practices to help you!

Cyberstalking & Online Harassment

No matter what “initiative” Big Tech says they’ve implemented via a PR campaign, the internet has been and will continue to be the Wild West. With the rise in popularity and use of mobile apps and social media, many have found themselves in the crosshairs of bad actors who perform online harassment, identity fraud, and cyberstalking.

While cyberstalking and harassment may be carried out in a digital space, it’s essential to note victims of such non-consensual attention find it unnerving and disruptive. Commonly, many victims lose a sense of safety and develop tremendous anxiety, depression, and general fear. That’s for a good reason, as this online harassment can come to find you in the real world, too.

Reveille Advisors’ investigators will reveal who is targeting you! We use our thorough knowledge of criminals’ tools and tradecraft techniques. Many try to hide behind “burner” profiles, emails, phone numbers, and more to conceal their identity. However, since we’re so involved with online privacy and security, we’re privy to their tricks, too!

Types of Cyberstalking & Online Harassment:

  • Doxxing: Releasing someone’s private information online for swarm-type harassment from users or the offline threat of real-world harm and danger.
  • Revenge Porn: An ex-partner who releases intimate and explicit media of you without your consent.
  • Catfishing: A person creates a fake persona to establish a relationship with the victim. This can often lead to online “romance scams” that quickly drain one’s bank account. We’re happy to conduct background checks and character vetting if you suspect someone fits this description.
  • Online Impersonation: Using your name or persona without your consent to mislead others, sully your reputation or business, commit fraud, or some other ulterior motive.
  • SWATting: While rare, someone contacts law enforcement to alert them to a wholly fake but life-threatening scenario at your address. This urgent matter calls for SWAT to respond immediately, which can be dangerous for everyone involved.

If you’re the victim of online harassment or cyberstalking, don’t hesitate to contact us. We have methods and processes to address each scenario to recover and preserve evidence. If threats are being made, we work with appropriate law enforcement agencies to minimize your risk of physical harm.

Reducing Online Exposure

It’s too late to avoid being on the internet. Some people don’t mind, but most Americans feel the reach of their data has exceeded their comfort.

Many of us, even those at Reveille Advisors, innocently shared too much online early in the internet’s existence. We had no idea what the internet and social media would evolve into.

Fortunately, we can reduce or eliminate your online footprint and history using various techniques. We audit past and current social media usage, scour public records, property and business databases, and deep dive into Google. Once we have your complete footprint exposed, we begin removing it.

The privacy experts at Reveille Advisors can then instruct your family, friends, employees, and executives on how to avoid disclosing these details. We’ll train you on the tradecraft and best practices so you can dictate what information (if any) is available to others online.

Who We Help

We are very passionate about helping those families and individuals who have been victimized by online harassment or cyberstalking, abuse, and many other acts of criminality. Too often will someone be minding their own business only to end up in the proverbial crosshairs of a bad actor or misdirected social media outrage. The unfortunate reality is that in today’s culture, those once proverbial crosshairs can morph into real-world threats of violence.

Celebrities, Public Figures, and Executives

Reveille Advisors has worked with many national-level U.S. politicians, A-list celebrities, C-level executives, professional athletes, and international dignitaries. This firsthand experience of balancing public lives and protecting private lives is something we know very well. We’ve been exposed to the threats you can face daily.

Whether you need assistance with techniques for anonymity, strategy development for future engagements, or recommendations for private residence safety, we have an option for you. Rob holds an active Top Secret (TS/SCI) Security Clearance, and we’re very comfortable signing Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs). 

High-Net-Worth Families and Individuals

In the last few years, there have been countless instances of stick-up crews robbing high-net-worth individuals in affluent neighborhoods and shopping districts across the country. These brazen robberies often happen in broad daylight or heavily populated social scenes.

Most of these victims, innocently and unintentionally, shared something about their lifestyle or assets on social media. Such things include a designer watch or jewelry, currency, exotic automobiles, high-end and envied consumer products, and more.

Likewise, individuals can accidentally disclose their home address or identifiable markings that help criminals determine their location at a later time and date. While their followers and friends were the intended audiences, individuals in stick-up crews and gangs were also watching. Sharing location data and other identifying information is all that’s needed for them to find you and put a gun in your face. We’ll teach you how to avoid that!


If you’re the victim of domestic abuse, stalking, sexual assault, harassment, or any other form of non-consensual attention or violence, we would be honored to help you. We have a well-established drive to protect the vulnerable and have learned our legal system has its limitations. If we can help you achieve a better quality of life, peace of mind, or an enhanced level of safety, we’d love to work with you. Depending on your unique situation, we will proceed with various steps and measures to increase your personal security and location privacy.   

Law Enforcement, Civil Servants, and Military

Many departments and organizations perform internal sweeps of online information for their officers, operators, and support personnel. Still, we’ve been surprised to learn that it’s not standard practice across the board.

Due to this oversight, many law enforcement officers (LEOs) and military personnel at sensitive levels of operation can have their details online. Unsurprisingly, this is not ideal for their safety and their families since retribution can happen. 

Whether you need individual help or want us to train your entire force on best practices, Reveille Advisors has a path to help you achieve a new level of personal security or anonymity.

Work With Us

We offer 30-minute consultations for you to share your challenges and we’ll determine what solutions are available. As always, discretion is provided and secure communication options are available. We’ll speak with you soon!