Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM)
TSCM (technical surveillance counter-measures) is the original United States Federal government abbreviation denoting the process of bug-sweeping or electronic countersurveillance. It is related to ELINT, SIGINT and electronic countermeasures (ECM).
Detection of spying or espionage equipment, Digitpol provides TSCM services to detect surveillance, spying and interception. Digitpol's team of experts provides the A to Z in detection of eavesdropping and espionage equipment. Spying devices and espionage equipment are easily available nowadays and the problem with commercial spying is rampant, Digitpol utilises military grade detection tools and will discover any form of bugging devices.
Tools We Use:
To conduct a TSCM search many different tools are required, the basics are the industry standard from REI such as FLIR, Oscar Red, Ocsar Green and we them on standby and ready.
- The Kestrel TSCM
- Predator RF Hunter 20 GHz Spectrum Analysis Kit
- REI OSCOR Blue & Green
- ORION HX NON LINEAR JUNCTION DETECTOR
- FLIR on tripod and handheld
- High grade spectrum analyzers (27ghz)
- WiFi and Bluetooth analyzers
- Monitoring of LAN networks for unauthorized traffic
- Analysis of VoIP services for unauthorized traffic
Sensor Based TSCM (Remote Monitoring)
Our sensor based TSCM module allows for monitoring in more locations with networking capabilities purpose built for remote and in-place spectrum monitoring. We can detect in real time new devices and prevent in real time listening equipment and active surveillance.
The TSCM tool set we deploy features a sweep rate of 28 GHz/s at 10 kHz RBW and 40 MHz IBW and advanced triggering capabilities, we can capture short duration or faint signals of interest with a higher probability. By conduct deeper analysis with patented software-defined spectrum analysis technology which enables wide bandwidths, deep dynamic range, and 9 kHz – 27 GHz frequency range.
Detection of IMSI Catchers, Rogue Cell Sites & New Devices
This detection and monitoring module is a static wall or pole mounted device built to detect nearby jamming and to notify response teams in milliseconds of jamming events. The module named JamDetect can detect jamming, detect interference in the cellular network such as rogue base stations, detection of IMSI catchers and detection of new nearby devices. The platform contains a white list that enables the monitoring team to have a clear vision of known trusted nearby devices, cell towers and the rapid detection of new devices.
The JamDetect is the ultimate in the detection of espionage on a site from jamming to rogue activity, when used with several modules a mesh is created, this ensures a high level of security within the mesh. The Jammer Detector can alert responding or monitoring agents by SMS, email, API or in the portal.
Should I Be Concerned who’s on LAN or WiFi?
Are you concerned about information loss or business secrets being targeted over WiFI? A small amount of information could be worth millions to the right people or could damage important negotiations. Loss of confidential information such as executive schedules could even put lives in danger. Traditional physical security and cyber security are important, but there are many gaps they leave unprotected.
To ensure all is in order, a WiFi security sweep with a detailed report would provide an insight to any, technical surveillance issues.