Clients want a clear and defined process to protect their information and TSCM America® provides that process.
Providing a TSCM Survey is perhaps one of the most important steps in the TSCM Inspection process. We listen to our clients and understand the scope of the project and what the client’s goals are before we begin. Our TSCM survey outlines the steps that will be taken during our TSCM Inspection and a clear path towards mitigation and resolution.
TSCM Survey and Working with our Clients
TSCM America® provides TSCM Surveys to protect your Intellectual Property and Confidential Communications
TSCM America® will perform a full TSCM Survey and Inspection for all your conference rooms.
Off-site meetings are critical to survey and inspect prior to meetings as you have virtually no control over the room.
Boardroom TSCM surveys and inspections to ensure that all of your communications and discussions are kept private.
Meetings whether internal or off-site must on a regular basis be TSCM surveyed and inspected fully.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) can best be defined as “The systematic physical and electronic examination of a designated area by properly trained, qualified and equipped persons in an attempt to discover electronic eavesdropping devices, security hazards or security weaknesses”. “source: Wikipedia”
Who Performs These TSCM Surveys
Wikipedia gives an excellent definition of what TSCM means and the understanding; TSCM (technical surveillance countermeasures) is the original United States Federal Government abbreviation denoting the process of bug-sweeping or electronic counter surveillance. It is related to ELINT, SIGINT and electronic countermeasures (ECM).
The United States Department of Defense defines a TSCM survey as a service provided by qualified personnel to detect the presence of technical surveillance devices and hazards and to identify technical security weaknesses that could aid in the conduct of a technical penetration of the surveyed facility. A TSCM Survey will provide a professional evaluation of the facility’s technical security posture and normally will consist of a thorough visual, electronic, and physical examination in and about the surveyed facility.