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ALIAS Technology provides forensic linguistics consulting to attorneys, law enforcement, human resources and security teams. We support civil and criminal investigations for plaintiff, prosecutor and defense attorneys. We work with Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies during investigation. We provide analysis concerning human resources, security, reputation management, and insider threat in multi-national corporations, small businesses and sole proprietorships. Our consulting service meets the needs of an immediate investigation where information has to be gained quickly and reliably, with the possibility of expert testimony at trial. We have a strong track record of being admitted as experts in scientific evidence.


ALIAS Technology licenses our software ALIAS:Automated Linguistic Identification and Assessment System to law enforcement, investigators, crime laboratories, human resources departments, security teams and linguists. Users access ALIAS on a secure, encrypted server through a web browser. ALIAS data is encrypted at rest and in transit, to meet US DOD requirements. ALIAS data belongs to the user and can only be accessed by the user or user agency team, to meet data privacy requirements in Europe and chain of custody requirements in the USA. Our software meets the needs of users who conduct

  • ongoing investigations where information has to be collected, maintained and analyzed over long periods of time,
  • multiple investigations in parallel, with different types of activity (homicide, threat, collusion, defamation),
  • proactive investigations to protect intellectual property or classified information.


ALIAS Technology provides training in forensic linguistics. We offer training for attorneys who need to use linguistic evidence or face forensic linguistics at trial so that they can become strategic consumers. We train degreed, graduate level linguists so that they become wise providers of forensic linguistic evidence. We offer training to users of ALIAS in agencies and corporations so that they can perform “in-house” forensic linguistics.