The WPC15 Dashboard and Live Login Process
This blog post will cover the WPC15 dashboard and live login process.
Caster Bridge Inc., a global IT company headquartered in Silicon Valley, will be attending the World Privacy Conference 2015 located in Las Vegas this week. While our team is always excited to attend conferences such as these for professional networking opportunities and to share best practices with other privacy practitioners worldwide, we are also eager to present our newest product offering – The WPC15 Dashboard and Live Login Process. Caster Bridge Ink’s CEO Rd.
What Is Wpc15 Dashboard
The WPC15 Dashboard is a new, Internet-based live monitoring system created to help companies and individuals preform online surveillance on individuals considered high risk, who may pose a threat to their companies or themselves. The WPC15 dashboard leverages the latest in web technology and enables users to track down the location of any person or thing via the Internet. The WPC15 dashboard is a tool that allows users to track a target individual’s activities through his/her computer or cell phone in real time from any location in the world.
Its Registration Process
To register a login session and access to the wpc2029.live dashboard, an individual must log in with their username and password. Once you log in, you will be taken to the dashboard where you may define your risk profile. The user interface of the wpc15 dashboard login contains tools such as:
Real-time GPS Tracking – enables tracking of individuals through their cell phone GPS in real time.
Map applications – enables real-time tracking of individuals’ locations through Map applications such as Google Maps.
Text Monitoring – enables text monitoring of individuals or other objects by way of sending anonymous SMS messages from anywhere around the world from any cell phone.
Signing in to WPC15 Dashboard Online Sarong
To sign in to WPC15 dashboard and perform the live login process, you need to go the the following link: http://www.wpc15.com/dashboard Once you are done with logging in, a welcome page will pop up with a map showing your current GPS location as well as some of your statistics regarding your online activities over the past few hours or days.
As soon as you click, “Start Monitoring”, the GPS tracking will start tracking your location using your cell phone’s GPS and send real time locations via text messages to you.