Pegasus ‘zero-click’ spyware to be analyzed at OffshoreAlert Miami

    ‘Zero-click’ spyware that was used to hack mobile phones to spy on more than 50,000 people, including lawyers, businesspeople, politicians, and journalists, will be analyzed at next month’s OffshoreAlert Miami conference.

    The Pegasus Project: How 'No-Click Spyware' Hacked Mobile Phones
    Journalists from The Washington Post and The Guardian will present a session on the ‘Pegasus’ tool that was developed by Israel’s NSO Group.

    It is one of 17 sessions at the 18th OffshoreAlert Miami Conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in high-value international finance that will take place at the luxury oceanside Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel in Miami Beach, Florida on April 24-26, 2022.

    Other speakers include Jules Kroll, Christopher Steele, and leading experts on investigating, regulating, and analyzing cryptocurrencies.

    You can book tickets and view details of our agenda, speakers, and other information at



    There is no comment on this post. Be the first one.

    Leave a comment