Corporate espionage is regularly carried out by actors attempting to gather competitive intelligence. Trade secrets, intellectual property, client information, and other private data, are all at risk of being captured by covert surveillance technology.
Often times these breaches go unreported as many companies fear this may affect stock prices or cause reputational damage. As each month passes, covert surveillance and bugging technology advances significantly. Entire cybersecurity teams can be circumvented with these specialised physical devices.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) have instated laws regarding mandatory data breach notifications with serious ramifications for non-compliance. Businesses have a duty to ensure their information stays safe. It is now imperative that organisations proactively implement ongoing TSCM surveys as part of their security master plan.
NSI Global’s TSCM Unit possess decades of specialised experience detecting the latest covert surveillance devices both domestically and internationally. We will conduct a thorough visual, electronic, and physical examination in and about the surveyed premises. Our comprehensive TSCM reports will provide you with recommendations to address detected vulnerabilities and detail any devices found in situ.