Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM)
Ensuring conversations and data processed in a certain area will not be intercepted, overhead or overlooked by others
Our qualified personnel detect the presence of surveillance devices. We look for technical security weaknesses, ensuring we maintain the integrity and security of conversations and data.
What we do
Checking the boundaries of the space have the appropriate physical security measures in place.
Checking users of a space are aware of and follow the processes and procedures put in place to maintain the technical security of the area or room, i.e. no mobile phones to be brought into spaces.
Search of a space looking for suspicious items, places of concealment and indications of disturbance to the room’s physical environment. Checking the physical integrity of the furnishings and equipment.
Search of a space looking for anomalies in the electromagnetic and acoustic environment, using active and passive equipment.
We provide reports on the vulnerabilities we find and make recommendations for mitigating corrections to bring the security of the facility up to the recommended standards as set by the Cabinet Office.
We constantly check for suspicious activity or increased risk to your technical security
Guidance on ensuring security during and after construction