About BSM - AMSTERDAM - The Netherlands

BSM is based in Amsterdam since 2004.

BSM was founded in 2004 and is one of the first companies in the Netherlands in the field of digital investigation (investigating internet fraud and cybercrime). BSM helps prevent digital fraud and reduce the risk of hacking by providing advice, conducting pen tests and audits. In addition, we are a detective agency and have a licence to conduct investigations (repressive services), these activities have been placed on our other website.

BSM Better Security Management is part of a group.

These are:

BSM Better Security Management:

Main activities: ICT Security audits, Penetration testing, Interim Security management. The most important thing is that BSM Better Security Management helps you prevent cybercrime.

BSM Recherche diensten

Because we also do Investigation, we have registered the name ‘BSM Recherche Diensten’ (BSM Private Investigation Services) for this purpose.

BSM detectives

BSM detectives conduct international research and investigations for private persons (individuals). The types of research that BSM carries out internationally and for private individuals are conveniently grouped together on the BSM detectives website:
Main activities: Due diligence, international tracing of goods and persons, foreign investigations

Website: https://detectve.bsm.nl (detective investigations)

Ministry of Justice and Security
(Ministerie van Justitie en Veiligheid in Dutch)

All investigations carried out in the Netherlands require a permit. This permit is issued by the Ministry of Justice. In addition, employees of a detective agency must have been screened by the special laws department of the police. BSM has this permit and all employees have been screened. As a result, you are assured of integrity and confidentiality and, in the event of cybercrime investigations, you will receive a legally valid report. 

Background information: Having your systems hacked with permission

With its knowledge of computer security, BSM helps customers to make computer systems more secure and store sensitive digital information as safely as possible. It often comes down to one of our employees trying to penetrate the client’s computer systems with permission, so we can help make the “digital doors” through which he was able to enter transparent and these gaps can be closed. This is done with pen tests, for example. BSM therefore has an advisory role to prevent problems. Within a company, BSM can help increase knowledge about digital security. Knowing which links can and cannot be clicked on reduces the chance of a virus in the company computer. 

If, for example, a system has been hacked, you can contact BSM investigation services. Other forms of cybercrime, such as fraud or fake websites, can also be investigated and sometimes solved by them.