TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE COUNTER MEASURES (TSCM)
TSCM – In these modern days where technology can control our lives and you can operate your business or even household items remotely from anywhere in the world. It stands to reason that if you can, then there are unscrupulous criminals who can do the same against you, It may be the high end of industrial espionage or someone just wishing to gain information about you, your business or your pattern of life.
If you’re wanting to protect your ideas, future planning, private and confidential conversations, your own privacy. To ensure that you are not being bugged, videoed, tracked in your vehicle or having strategic information stolen from you or your business and to ensure that everything precious to you, stays precious to you , to ensure that this happens then the only certain way is to engage the services of a TSCM provider.
TSCM work’s in a structured and systematic way by using a mixture of technical and physical searches, both with the same aim to discover active and passive electronic eavesdropping devices. We use the same methodology and the very latest in electronic counter-surveillance equipment (REI) used by Law Enforcement Agencies worldwide as well as the UK and foreign Governments, which are designed to locate sophisticated audio, video and GPS.
THE THREE PHASES OF A TSCM SWEEP
INITIAL PLANNING & SITE REVIEW
Before we begin any task, we will either need to attend the location to be swept, or request a layout of the areas of concern (unless it is a vehicle), so that we can ascertain your requirements to ensure an accurate quotation.
THE TASK – TSCM SWEEP
This is typically carried out in the silent hours in a commercial premise when all the employees have gone home, however in residential properties we will carry out the task at the owner’s convenience.
At the end of every task, we will verbally advise the point of contact of the results from the Sweep. We will then furnish a full report of the task including a concise technical report of our findings, with matrixes showing those findings.