When information is stolen from corporations and governments, too often it is presumed the fault of IT departments for not securing the network and devices. Yet, so often it is the simple act of eavesdropping using electronic devices for listening, video capture and/or exploiting acoustic vulnerabilities.
Often, innocent looking devices common in everyday environments have been modified for industrial espionage. Items selling for $50 or less have been proven to be highly effective. To sell such devices at low prices in a huge variety of popular retail stores and outlets indicates massive retail sales.
Learn what these are, who uses them and how to distinguish information stolen from a hack or an eavesdropping device planted in the Boardroom or CEO’s office. We will show you and let you use various Technical Security Countermeasures equipment – such as spectrum analyzers, thermal imagers, Wi-Fi camera detectors, scopes and more to help find devices planted in our village.
Thoma Papa is a former Canadian infantryman with over 17 years’ experience in the fields of telecommunications, technical security, industrial design & manufacturing processes.
Recognized internationally as an expert TSCM technician, Thoma has extensive radio telecommunications experience and is a...
Steve Parkin is President and CEO of TapSweep CounterSurveillance Services Inc. A veteran field expert with over 30 combined years in the Telecommunications and Technical Security industry with extensive training and certification in Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM). Steve has trained...