We are excited to announce the addition of our new brand/division MI:33, which will be handling a full suite of security-related services!
For over two decades, the Holmes brothers have been working your cases at the highest level, mainly where Intellectual Property meets the Web. In recent analysis of our business over the past several years, we have realized that requests for our many other offerings have been increasing significantly. Particularly in the areas of Threat Management, Data Leaks, and Due Diligence. These services have been adding up and our client base in these areas has been expanding.
It made sense to split the company into two brands: IPCybercrime for our traditional IP investigations on the Web, and MI:33 for our security-related offerings. Don’t worry! It’s still Rob Holmes and Jason Holmes running things. However, Jason will be spearheading the security-related work as MI:33. Rob will continue to manage the traditional IP caseload as IPCybercrime.
MI:33 – The New Brand
The new brand, now known as MI:33, will manage all work that is not directly tied to counterfeit goods or trademark cases. These services include:
- Due Diligence
- Online Profiling
- Physical Threat Detection and Prevention
- Stalker Mitigation and Tracking
- Risk Assessment
- Event Security and Monitoring
- Social Discovery
- Data Breach Detection and Prevention
- Reputation Management
Typical clients of MI:33 include:
- In-House Security Departments
- Advertising Agencies
- Production Companies
- Public Relations Firms
IPCybercrime will handle all things Intellectual Property and the Web including test purchases, online profiling, brand strategy, raid prep and supervision, brand protection consulting, and litigation consulting. These clients are primarily in-house trademark counsel and their outside attorneys.
Feel free to hit up Jason for details on this new exciting spin-off, or give Rob a shout out or a wise crack regarding virtually anything else. Please visit the MI:33 website to see what’s new and follow us on Social Media.
Now, I’m going to finish my coffee.