TSCM Debugging Sweeps

TSCM Debugging Sweeps

Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) is the term given to define the process of sweeping for electronic listening devices, bugs, covert cameras and other similar eavesdropping devices; as well as the related identification of security weak points.

Government Agencies, Fortune 1000 companies, and private business entities turn to the experienced professionals at Bearden Investigative Agency to perform technical surveillance countermeasures sweeps for corporate offices, conference rooms, boardrooms, off-site meeting locations, hotel rooms and conference centers, executive home offices and vehicles.

Evaluating your risk is vital to maintaining your business continuity, security, and peace of mind. Identifying the potential for electronic eavesdropping should be a major part of your organizations overall risk management strategy. Our professional TSCM Sweep services compliment your due-diligence processes by protecting your confidential information, your planning, your customer information, and your reputation.

Bearden Investigative Agency works with our Private Clients to perform in-depth technical bug sweeps to identify and locate hidden cameras, wireless devices, audio bugs, and recording units furtively planted to acquire information through covert means.

Ensure no unauthorized communication devices are present at your next meeting. Contact the skilled attorney-led investigators of Bearden Investigative Agency at 1.800.943.2670 to discuss your Technical Surveillance Countermeasure needs. Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.

 

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