Counter-Surveillance refers to measures undertaken to Prevent Surveillance, including Covert Surveillance.
Counter-Surveillance refers to measures undertaken to prevent surveillance, including covert surveillance. Counter-Surveillance may include electronic methods such as bug sweeping, the process of detecting surveillance devices, including covert listening devices, visual surveillance devices as well as Counter-Surveillance software to thwart unwanted attempts by cyber crooks to access computing and mobile devices for various nefarious reasons (e.g. theft of financial, personal or corporate data). More often than not, Counter Surveillance will employ a set of actions (countermeasures) that, when followed, reduce the risk of surveillance. “https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Countersurveillance”
TSCM America® provides counter-surveillance and technical eavesdropping detection bug sweeping coupled with intense physical inspections that uncover evidence of technical electronic eavesdropping. TSCM America® finds that counter-surveillance inspections can yield evidence of illegal eavesdropping activity and can uncover serious security weaknesses that make the likelihood of information and communications theft highly probable. TSCM America® provides eavesdropping detection and electronic technical bug sweeps to government agencies, corporations and residential clients with services across the United States.
TSCM America® counter-surveillance sweeps are the clear direction when you or your company or government agency requires professional sweeps to uncover clear evidence of technical eavesdropping attacks via electronics, telecommunications, video, or cellular activity.
Methods used and identified techniques used to steal your corporate and personal information include telecommunications bugging, cellular based bugging, concealed covert video cameras, and audio devices. The simplest methods are often used and are usually identified first in any campaign of information theft from a company or agency that is a target. These can include the theft and/or copying unattended confidential documents left unattended or failure to install passwords, intercepting confidential conversations, theft of confidential office waste. Maintaining a high level of security is critical.
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