WHO WE ARE

The Innocent Lives Foundation started with the desire to make a positive impact on behalf of children.

Our Founder, Chris Hadnagy, in connection with work that he was doing for his company Social-Engineer, LLC, had the opportunity to work on a few cases that helped track and capture predators who trafficked and exploited children.  Some of these cases hit him very hard.  He saw the impact that these crimes had on innocent people, and he wanted to do something about it.

Chris is a leader in the information security community, and this community has nearly limitless talents and abilities to locate people anywhere they hide. Chris knew with additional resources he could help many more victims. In addition to his resources in the technology and social engineering industries, he assembled a group that includes Neil Fallon, lead singer of the rock band Clutch and Tim Maloney, a lawyer experienced in forming and representing non-profits and technology based businesses.

What they all had in common was a desire to use their unique talents and networks to address these problems and prevent crimes against future victims.

How We Do It

1

Seeking the assistance of appropriate members of the information security community

We have assembled a team with the talents required to create tools that will unmask anonymous online child predators.
2

Utilizing data from Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)

Our team uses cutting-edge techniques and technology to unmask these anonymous online child predators and reveal their true identities.
3

Establishing working relationships with Law Enforcement

It is imperative that we deliver the results of our work to law enforcement so that investigations can be opened against these unmasked, no longer anonymous, online child predators.

It costs between $7,500 to upwards of $10,000 to produce one file that goes to law enforcement.

Any donated amount helps us with our mission.