At Present Truth Investigations, we provide discreet, accurate, and effective counter-surveillance services, specializing in Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) bug sweeps, to protect our clients. Our TSCM countermeasures specialists are both tenured investigators and former law enforcement agents with the expertise and cutting-edge technology to detect malicious devices hidden within your personal or corporate space. When it comes to TSCM bug detection, it is vital that an experienced specialist evaluates and conducts the sweep. TSCM sweeps can identify vulnerabilities within your security framework and are recommended to maintain the integrity of your environment.
Why TSCM Bug Sweeps Are Important
In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, it has become increasingly easy for anyone to obtain and deploy hidden video and audio devices. Many of these devices are readily available online, making them accessible and cost-effective. They can capture audio and video in various conditions, including low-light situations and from remote locations. However, in the context of corporate espionage, highly advanced and surreptitious surveillance devices are being employed. These sophisticated devices, along with the individuals who employ them, pose a clear and present danger to your personal data, confidential conversations, and private corporate interests.
TSCM sweeps are vital in areas where there is a potential risk that personal data, client information, or sensitive corporate secrets could be intercepted. Most business sweeps can be completed within a few hours; however, the sweep duration may increase when there are numerous potential security breach points. A Threat Risk Assessment performed prior to a sweep determines the estimated duration of the service and identifies potential vulnerabilities.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM)Sweeps Can Be Of Benefit:
1. Prior to important Corporate or confidential business meetings
2. For active legal matters where personal or corporate information may be compromised 3. During a business merger or corporate takeover 4. After the completion of a renovation 5. To protect intellectual property or sensitive internal corporate information 6. As an ongoing preventative method in areas where sensitive corporate data or client data is communicated 7. To protect a high-value target who may be subject to character assassination 8. In public settings such as in changing rooms and bathrooms
9. In sensitive areas, such as server rooms, where all employees have general access
10. For kitchens, break-out rooms, and lunch areas in professional environments
11. In private or corporate vehicles
12. In targeted rooms, offices, and private residences where privacy and/or security breaches are suspected
We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your security concerns and provide recommendations. Contact us today to initiate a TSCM Threat Risk Assessment or click on the Intake Form icon below.