Electronic Bug Sweeps
National Surveillance and Intelligence
Counter Surveillance, Bug Detection, Bug Sweeps
National Surveillance and Intelligence specialise in the field of Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) using the most advanced knowledge and up to date equipment available on the market to protect our clients.
TSCM; also known as electronic bug detection, bug sweeping or surveillance counter measures; is the method of electronically and physically inspecting offices, buildings, homes, vehicles, telephone systems, network systems and cabling for the existence of eavesdropping devices and to identify weaknesses in security that could potentially be used to install illegal devices.
Our equipment is second to none, using the most technologically advanced hardware and software available globally and methods perfected through years of experience within counter surveillance bug and camera detection. Equipment used by our TSCM Bug Sweep team is used by Intelligence agencies, Defence departments and government's worldwide, espeically Australia (DFAT, DoD, DSD).
We use state of the art TSCM equipment to detect the presence of active and passive bugging devices, hidden camera setups, keystroke logging devices, telephone interception and wire taps, laser and infrared beams and more. We are always reviewing new technologies and upgrading our equipment to ensure that our clients are getting the best possible service.
Depending on the threat level (Low, Mid, High, Extreme or Defence Grade) we will determine where to cap our frequency range, which currently scans from 9 khz to 43 Ghz in real time, more than any other device or equipment on the market. As a comparison, devices used by other companies in Australia will generally scan up to 12 Ghz and only some companies will have a 24 Ghz capability.
For more information, please visit http://www.nsintel.com.au/tscm-electronic-bug-sweeps.html
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