All NSI Bug Sweep Teams use equipment that is utilised by Intelligence agencies, Defence departments and governments worldwide.
The highly specialised equipment we use is also utilised by the Department of Defence (DOD), the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), and the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), among others.
NSI has committed over seven figures to constantly equip its teams with the highest spec equipment. With this equipment, we are able to detect the presence of active and passive bugging devices, digital burst/packet bugs, hidden camera setups, keystroke logging devices, telephone interception and wiretaps, laser microphones, infrared beams, and more.
All of our TSCM teams can currently scan up to 90 GHz in real time, more than any other TSCM provider in the country.
As a comparison, devices used by other companies in Australia will generally scan up to 12 GHz and only some companies will have a 24 GHz capability.
Beware anyone who tells you this is not necessary. They may be making excuses for not having the clearance, training, or budget necessary to purchase this highly specialised equipment. Worse yet they may be unaware or inexperienced with detecting the latest crop of 5G capable devices and threats in unlicensed bands up to 90 GHz.
The Australian Communications Media Authority (ACMA) are fast-tracking super high to extremely high frequencies. These frequencies, far exceeding 24 GHz, are a regular occurrence in the Asia Pacific Region. NSI has detected burst transmitters operating at these frequencies both in Australia and Internationally since 2008.