"It is responsible for many unique developments on both mobile and PC environments. The company also specializes in creating highly sought solutions in the mobile and PC controlled environments."
NSO group states that its specialties include: Internet security, mobile security, cyber threat and penetration testing.
Another document uploaded online by Privacy International offers more detail about the company which employs between 200 and 500 people, according to Linked in, says that NSO Group "is a leader in the field of cyber warfare."
"The company works with military and homeland security organizations in order to enhance their technical abilities in both offensive and defensive cyber warfare areas."
'Remote & Stealth'
The document, also says: "The focus is on the mobile and cellular cyber warfare field, where it now offers state of the art, advanced solutions."
It appears the software firm offers cellphone hacking solutions to governments, law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Its tool "Pegasus" can monitor and extract all data "via untraceable commands," requiring "remote and stealth" access.
Governments around the world buy NSO Group's software and on 25 August 2016 it emerged that malware, created by NSO was being used to target the smartphone belonging to internationally recognized human rights activist Ahmed Mansoor, suggesting the United Arab Emirates government is also a major customer.