Technical Surveillance Counter Measures

Technical Surveillance Counter Measures

Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) may sound technical for any layman. But, another term may attract the attention of readers – bug detection! That’s right, WE DO NOT BUG; WE ONLY DEBUG.

Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM) is actually the original term used in the United States Federal Government. The term specifically denotes the process of bug-sweeping or electronic counter-surveillance. TSCM is used to detect the presence of technical surveillance devices and perils. It identifies technical security weaknesses that could assist in the conduct of a technical penetration of the surveyed facility or premise.

Many multinational companies approach Venovox to investigate, or rather detect the presence of electronic devices or “bugs”, for a variety of reasons and occasion. This may include:

  • To examine new and existing premises, offices or facilities, before a company moves or relocate its business
  • To examine public places for any public events held (such as hotel rooms or conference rooms)
  • To examine Board Rooms before Executive Board Meetings are held

Venovox has more than a decade’s experience dealing in this industry. By using the latest technologies available, Venovox’s surveillance team will thoroughly sweep the desired areas or venues to debug the area – or in other words to whiff any electronic surveillance devices planted in the area. Our TSCM solution will help you protect your confidential information from being damaged by employees, competitors, criminals, and even terrorists.

If you feel that you have been bugged, or have been a victim of an illegal eavesdropping device, or if you proactively feel that you need to protect your information; simply pick up the phone, and get in touch with us.