T.S.C.M – Debugging

Debugging, also known as technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), is the process of detecting and locating illicit electronic surveillance and eavesdropping devices. We provide comprehensive bug sweep services for bug detection and debugging.

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Our bug sweeping detection service can assist if you suspect that you have been spied on. Eltial Security and Investigation provides professional technical countermeasure services, including bug sweeping to detect and locate many electronic surveillance devices.

Technical Surveillance Counter Measure (TSCM)

Technical Surveillance Counter Measure (TSCM) services offer a means to protect your information from highly sophisticated security threats. Coupled with technology moving at the speed of light, so do the "bugs."

Not to mention, they are smaller, more sophisticated, and can perform various unimaginable tasks. Eltial technicians will be performing both physical and technological sweeps of your environment.

Not to mention, Eltial will ensure continued operational and financial credibility. Not to mention, and most importantly, we exercise complete discretion in all matters.

Who Gets Bugged?
High-Threat Business Scenarios
• Having a publicly-traded stock (or one that will be soon)
• Privet and Comercial airplanes
• Having labor problems, union activities, or negotiations
• Litigation or litigation involving your company
• Your company has layoffs pending (or they have just happened)
• Trade secrets are at risk for your company if you are doing business in any industry (fashion, automotive, advertising, technology, etc.)

Identically anyone can be the target of covert eavesdropping; however, some people are at greater risk than others because of financial position, occupation, legal, or domestic situations.

• Spouses bug each other regularly.
• Parents bug children
• Businesses bug other businesses.
• Scientists bug other scientists.
• Students bug professors
• Attorneys bug other attorneys as well as their clients.
• Insurance companies bug accident victims in addition to other claimants.
• Salesmen bug clients
• Collection agencies bug debtors
• Police officers bug suspects
• Executive recruiters bug personnel directors
• Music fans bug musicians
• Department stores bug customers and merchandise.
• Together with neighbors, coworkers, friends, enemies, strangers, your spouse, industrial spies, government agents, insurance company, or even your boss.

High Threat Personal Scenarios
You or someone close to you has been:

• Involved in any litigation or lawsuit
• Questioned, arrested, or prosecuted by the police
• In the process of getting married, divorced, or separated.
• A minister or religious leader (i.e., priest, rabbi, deacon, bishop, elder.)
• Running for any elected public office.
• Elected to any public office (i.e., mayor, selectman, school principal)
• An executive or scientist at any large company
• Recently filed an insurance claim.
• Engaged in political demonstrations or activism
• Employed by a defense contractor, Department of Energy, etc.
• Rumored to have private investigators "poking" around
• In the upper-income bracket

It would help if you kept in mind that anybody with money, power, influence or access to sensitive, classified, or personal information is at serious risk.

Those who work for the military, government, law enforcement, or the judiciary are likely to be observed. Such eavesdropping can come from either side of the law and is rarely legal or court-sanctioned.

Moreover, anyone married to, associated with, divorced from, getting divorced from, dating, or getting intimate with a member of law enforcement, private security, PI, Or any level of the judicial system should be concerned about illegal interception.

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