February 2016  

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We take special care to ensure the information we provide you in "The Leeeyzawn" is the latest and most current information available. In this edition, we have addressed the damage eavesdropping can do to its victims and how to identify if eavesdropping is occurring through TSCM.

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Eavesdropping and Its Victims
There's an old adage that, "eavesdroppers seldom hear anything good of themselves. " In spite of this saying the practice of eavesdropping dates back to 1487, according to Dave Wilson of Wordorigins.org, and it still a wildly popular practice of obtaining information today.

Many businesses, owners, and attorneys place locks on their doors and security systems on their business to protect their assets from theft, loss, and damage, but consider for a moment if you were being attacked from inside-and without your knowledge! So how do you know if your business is compromised, and what can you do to prevent it?

Covert listening devices, more commonly referred to as a bug or wiretap, are a combination of miniature radio transmitters with a microphone. The use of bugs, called bugging, allows individuals to eavesdrop, or secretly listen to a conversation, without the other individuals knowledge or consent. While this practice is quite often considered unethical, it is a common surveillance technique used in espionage and police investigations.

According to Pursuit Magazine, there are several warning signs that your office may have been bugged. Those signs include:
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What is TSCM?
Consider for a moment that you've detected a surveillance threat within your business. You pick up the telephone receiver to reach an investigator, but quickly recall the presence of surveillance devices. For fear that you'll tip off the individual conducting the surveillance you hang up the phone. What do you do?

The detection of covert listening devices and surveillance equipment can be alarming for any organization-large or small. Fortunately, Arkansas Investigation's highly skilled agents provide a service called TSCM survey. The United States Department of Defense defines a TSCM survey as, "a service provided by qualified personnel to detect the presence of technical surveillance devices and hazards, and to identify technical weaknesses that could aid in the conduct of a technical penetration of the surveyed facility."

If you believe you've detected technical surveillance devices and wish to have a TSCM survey performed by Arkansas Investigations, it is important to follow the three steps below:
  1. Do not call or write us from the area you believe is under surveillance.
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