Did You Know? It is estimated that $500 billion in raw innovation is stolen from U.S. companies each year.
A physical inspection is crucial to any technical surveillance countermeasure investigation. In most cases, the electronic bug or eavesdropping devices being detected will not be out in the open. Therefore, additional tools may be required to locate and remove the device.
Devices would be hidden above ceiling tiles, behind walls, inside containers or furniture, within other electronic devices, or attached to vehicles. Items including borescopes, lighting, and other hardware may be required to complete an investigation.
To avoid unnecessary damage to a client’s property, it is important to take the time using RF Analysis, Non-Linear Junction Detectors, Audio Security, Video Inspection, and Telephone & Line Inspection tools to confirm your suspicions before moving forward with a physical inspection.