Otherwise known as “bug sweeps” or “debugging”, Technical Counter Surveillance Measures (TCSM) aim to locate and identify possible covert surveillance devices (bugs) and technical security weaknesses in your site.
Our team of operators comprises of sound engineers, military improvised explosive device search instructors and electrical engineers. All of these persons have undergone additional technical surveillance counter-measures training and their equipment is continually upgraded to ensure that the latest surveillance technology is utilised.
Could You be a Target?
Anyone can be a target of covert electronic surveillance. However, some companies face higher risks than others because of financial positions, personal stature or standing, and legal or domestic situations.
Some risk factors include:
- Your company has publicly traded securities.
- Your company is involved in major acquisitions, mergers or takeovers.
- Your company is in the process of competing with other companies for major tenders, or is about to launch a new product.
- Your company is involved in any type of legal proceedings.
- Your company’s board comprises of high-profile individuals who attract media attention.
- Your company deals with matters of a highly confidential nature.
In Australia, the use of illegal bugs is increasing at an alarming rate, and we believe this will continue – so we are constantly upskilling our staff to detect and deter any possible breach in your security environment.