The media and Internet pose a serious threat to high-net-worth individuals, families and family offices.
Reputations can be destroyed overnight. We are a 24-7 watchman for your reputation, media and online profile, closing down risks ahead of time.
With unrivalled breadth and depth of monitoring, Transmission Private watches print media, social media, blogs, public records, leaks, and everywhere else, both offline and online, for references and changes that could pose a risk — or opportunity — to our clients and their reputations.
One tweet, media story or information leak can quickly reverberate through the national press, damaging a family's reputation with the local, business and political community. Watching around the clock, we combine cutting-edge technology with human expertise and judgment, to monitor and evaluate risks. We jump into action when required to close down risks as soon as they emerge
Monitoring local, national and industry print media for mentions that could pose a risk to the family and their reputation.
Tracking social media, including Twitter and Facebook, around the clock for mentions of the family, their investments, and all allied terms.
Maintaining comprehensive oversight of the digital footprint of all members of the family, including their social media accounts and all rich media, such as photographs and videos.
Alerting the family to urgent risks as soon as they are discovered and taking direct action to resolve risks, which may include requesting the removal of information, drafting quotes, or engaging legal support.
Monitoring public sources of information, such as Company House and HM Land Registry, for personal references that could lead to unexpected media stories and interest.
Tracking leaks, including those on the dark web that could expose the family to reputational risk.
Monitoring references to competitors, business partners, or other people of interest, providing up-to-date intelligence.
Monitoring changes to important online content, including profiles on websites such as Wikipedia.
Compiling a comprehensive archive of all media mentions, offering quick and immediate access to insight on what is in the public domain about the family.
Around-the-clock monitoring of more than 1 million websites, blogs and online publications around the world
Digital monitoring across more than 230 countries in 76 languages, ensuring comprehensive cover for the family or individuals
Manual reading team monitoring 4,000 print publications in the UK, including print-only local, regional and specialist trade publications
Tracking of all public and non-public data and other leaks, covering more than 20 billion leaked records on the surface, deep and dark web
24/7 monitoring on all social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, for mentions of the family, family members and associates
All mentions are analysed and evaluated by our team of communications professionals to assess whether there is an urgent reputational risk to the family
Strategic communications advice to mitigate or close down risks as soon as possible, including recommendations on whether a legal course of action is required
Regular reporting, with an assessment of the risk level facing the family and clear recommendations to mitigate any risk
Inaccuracies are published on blogs, social media or elsewhere online — which negatively shape perceptions about the family
Extended family members, friends and other associates post unhelpful content, including photographs, on social media, which exposes the family to risk
Negative or critical media mentions are not caught early, and a crisis flares aggressively out of control
Private information — including passwords, phone numbers, and physical addresses — about the family finds itself into the public domain, potentially through leaks, without the family knowing
Photographs of the family find themselves in the public domain, which can then be used by the media and other publications
Harmful references to the family’s companies, investments or philanthropic endeavours go unnoticed online
Business and personal transactions, such as the sale of a home, which the family expects to stay private, finds itself online via public records or even third parties, like estate agents
Media and political trends, which expose the family to more reputational risk, are not properly monitored, ending up with the family finding themselves the subject of negative criticism
Changes to important online assets — such as Wikipedia and other online profiles — are not monitored, leaving them open to the addition of false and partial material
Every person we work with needs a bespoke solution. Your needs are paramount and we shape our services to best meet your requirements.
Effective communication will give you the reputation you need to achieve your goals as well as circumvent the risks that plague successful families. To discuss taking control of your communications, fill out our contact form or contact us directly.