Hannaire is a Cyber Intelligence Analyst within the MDR Cyber Team. The team provide cyber intelligence and investigations services, helping organisations and individuals to understand threats and mitigate losses.
Before joining Mishcon, Hannaire spent over two years at a Cyber intelligence start-up, where she worked with over 150 international corporate and government clients across a wide spectrum of sectors. She brings experience in cyber-focused tactical investigations and strategic intelligence reporting, as well as more traditional online investigations into both companies and individuals.
With a passion for open source tactical investigations and intelligence analysis, Hannaire holds an undergraduate degree in Politics with French, and is currently completing the final year of her Masters in Intelligence and International Security Studies at KCL.
- Intellectual property investigations, such as mapping the online infrastructure behind a counterfeit goods franchise on behalf of a major international luxury brand
- Locating the current location and activities of individuals and companies through open sources
- Support of major fraud investigations through dissecting complex relationships and profiling companies and individuals using open sources
- Asset tracing reports
- Due diligence reports, including reverse due diligence
- Open source investigations into technical indicators associated with cyber incidents, such as IP addresses, file hashes and email addresses, to contextualise the incident and asses the responsible actor's credibility (where possible)
- Executive exposure reports, mapping-out the online footprint of c-suite employees and their associated digital risk
- Cyber threat landscape reports for specific sectors, such as insurance
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Warwick University, Politics with French (First)
KCL, Intelligence and International Security Studies (2017-2019)