Our Capabilities: Risk Assessments & Counterintelligence

Mitigating the risk of loss

s part of the Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC), we produce information of value that ensures compliance to a client’s company regulations and efficient governance. Our all-encompassing, integrated approach incorporates your organization’s needs in risk tolerance, internal policies and regulatory requirements of the day.
Our clients are provided with real-time GRC executive reports that address risks and compliance. Our risk management services cost a fraction of what you would pay for in house and include access to specialists who have vast experience in your industry and serve your unique needs.

Small to medium-size enterprises find our custom-tailored services cost-effective, due to the use of pre-built components and industry recognized frameworks. Large enterprises looking for unique risk management solutions will find a reliable third-party partner without the overhead costs of a full-time hire. 

The Chaos Group of Canada Counterintelligence Program: 

  • Threat Risk Assessments
  • Threat Analysis, Reporting & Response
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting
  • CounterIntelligence Audit
  • CI Investigations & Counter Surveillance
  • Threat Awareness & Training 

Our Private Investigation Services  

Private Investigators work independently and in cooperation with Law Enforcing offices. They provide their services to clients who hire them. The majority of the work they do is similar to that of a Detective, often conducting investigations on missing people, doing background checks on people, and researching information on legal, financial, or criminal investigation.  

Private Investigators are not legally authorized to perform acts that would otherwise be performed by a Police Officer (e.g. arresting people or conducting warranted searches), they may carry and use a firearm provided they have the necessary permits. They are, nevertheless, often required to present the results and findings of their investigations to their clients or in a court of law as testimony and evidence.  

Common tasks Private Investigators are required to complete. 

Interviewing people to collect information: 

  • Tracking down people involved with the investigation;
  • conducting interviews to gather information; and
  • writing reports based on findings.




Researching information: 


  • Going through legal or financial records;
  • finding information for research;
  • verifying the veracity and source of all information found; and
  • collecting evidence.


Performing surveillance:


  • Following crime suspects or persons of interest for the investigation;
  • recording their activities and whereabouts; and
  • informing clients of the findings.
  • Investigating computer-related crimes, kidnappings, disappearances, homicides, suspicious activity, and theft. 


    Working in tandem with Law Enforcement offices:

    • Sharing investigation results and findings;
    • interviewing detained suspects, and
    • assisting in the investigation.
    • Meeting with their client to show investigation findings.
    • Updating clients in the progress of the investigation; and
    • asking about further information for the investigation.




      • Perform personal background research:
        • Investigate the past activities and characteristics of a person.




      • Performing undercover investigations:
        • Evaluating performance or honesty of employees of a company by posing as one or as a client.
        • Apprehending criminal suspects or criminals and take them to the authorities.




      • Presenting investigation results as evidence and giving testimony in a court of law when necessary:
        • Transcribing interviews conducted; and
        • organizing evidence to be presented in court.