Posted by Zoe Geoffrion , on Jun, 2017
Amazingly enough, bugging devices are incredibly common and inexpensive, but they are still illegal in most cases. Sometimes, companies are allowed to use GPS trackers and the like to keep track of employees, but everyone must be aware that they are being used. Information is power in the business world, which is why those who have products and services find that others want to steal their information.
Whether you’re researching new ideas or just trying to sell items, someone could be out there listening to your discussions. Corporate TSCM services (Technical surveillance counter-measures) can help you find out about such problems before it’s too late. As a business owner, you probably have countermeasures in place, but what happens if you’re already bugged and aren’t aware of it?
When searching for corporate TSCM services, you must choose someone who is experienced and trained. These technicians should conduct physical and technical surveys of your facility and vehicles, leaving no stone unturned. They should use specialty equipment, such as RF analysis, that can find all frequencies up to 24GHz, putting it all into a helpful database to determine what is legitimate and what may be rogue. They can also find analogue bugs, rogue signals from cameras and microphones, as well as Rogue WiFi.
Australia Bug Detection Group can handle all that and more. They can check digital, analogue, and VoIP telephones/lines, wires, and cables, as well as physically search your premises. While they do need access to all power sockets and baseboards, they will do a thorough search that will leave you feeling safer and calmer. They understand the real problems of company espionage and work diligently to thwart these thieves. Corporate TSCM services are an essential part of doing business in today’s world if you don’t want to be taken advantage of and want to keep yourself and customers safe.