Counter Surveillance Investigations
We conduct detailed professional bugs sweeps and counter surveillance investigations for the following,
What is involved in an Inverse Surveillance Service?
A TSCM survey should involve a professional investigator or investigators who will audit a company’s technical security. Investigators will conduct visual, electronic, and physical investigations of company systems that may be monitored and affected by technical surveillance measures. If the survey reveals any security issues, investigators can use counter measures or gather evidence so that the company can pursue legal action against those individuals involved in the technical security breach.
Bug sweeps and other counter surveillance measures work in a similar way, although, unlike TSCM surveys, they may not just consider technical spying. Detecting bugs through bug sweeping and other measures usually involves an investigator who is trained to find surveillance measures. This person will use special equipment as well as visual and physical investigation to find any evidence of spying. The investigator will report their findings and, in some cases, will work to find out who is responsible for planting the bug and invading your privacy.
If your privacy is compromised or if you feel someone is eavesdropping on you, it's important to hire an effective, professional counter surveillance firm. By hiring us you benefit from our superior eavesdropping detection capabilities and our year’s expertise. Our counter surveillance services include both TSCM and Cyber TSCM inspections. We can detect complex bugging devices and easy to use, low cost bugs. And, our TSCM pros are very experienced and highly skilled. We also use the best and most current eavesdropping detection equipment. In other words, our counter surveillance and sweep service is a complete and effective solution designed to protect your privacy!
Electronic Bug Sweep
What is bug sweeping and TSCM?
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM), or bug sweeps, uncover illegal surveillance devices, unknown technical surveillance devices, and identify security weaknesses.
Today, almost anyone can easily and cheaply acquire surveillance devices and use them to invade your privacy. While there are a lot of surveillance countermeasure service providers, it is essential to use a trained, qualified investigator. Their use of electronic surveillance detection can give you confidence that your privacy is protected.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM): bug-sweeping or electronic countermeasures intended to find and remove surveillance devices.
Bug: a covert or hidden listening device that typically contains a radio transmitter and microphone.
Vulnerability Audits: the process where investigator assess threats and potential of privacy invasion.
In-Place Monitoring (IPM): systems providing effective detection and geolocation of potential external threats within or around offices, homes, or public venues.
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) inspection: thorough assessment of an accredited area where SCI, classified information requiring formal access control systems, is handled.
Off-site Radio Frequency (RF) Monitoring: inspection of an area for radio frequencies given off by common surveillance devices.