“Fossard … a man the more dangerous, as he was very skillful in making false keys. To apprehend him from home was almost possible, for he was skillful in disguises, and could detect an officer a hundred paces off; on the other hand, it would be better to seize him in the midst of his professional apparatus, and the produce of his robberies.”
~ Eugene Francois Vidocq, 1834
This Saturday is P.I. Day!
Each of us has some story of how we came to be investigators. Perhaps it was reading the Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew mysteries as children. Or watching the Pink Panther cartoon with your father on Saturday mornings. Or hearing the scintillating open notes of a James Bond movie. Or having a community police officer help you pick yourself up after falling off your bike.
Whoever it was, this week we want to celebrate those who inspired, those who mentored, those how informed, and those who supported you on your journey to become an online intelligence investigator.