While many may not necessarily want to believe they could have bugging devices in their homes or offices, there are quite a number of reasons why you could have or be susceptible to having bugging or listening devices. A more obvious reason would be for someone that works in a corporate office or in the government. Obviously there are lots of people that would want to get their hands on sensitive information. Another possible case is when you are involved in a legal dispute and the opponent is trying to get evidence to get you indicted.
Whatever the reason why you could have your home and office bugged, it is very important to know ways to easily detect bugging and listening device and counter act them with bug sweeping services.
One of the most common places to have a bug is usually the phone or TV. You would have to pay close attention to slight changes in your phone or TV. These changes include high pitched beeps, volume, popping sounds. For the television part, you tend to notice certain level of interference on some channels and odd static.
Planted bugs and listening devices often have certain red flags that can easily be noticed if one is very observant. Some of such red flags would include discolouration of ceilings and walls. This is because they would be broken to insert the bug. Furniture is another place where these bugs can be planted. Look out for strange vans packed outside your home or office. You should be concerned especially if you never called for any repairs at home. Then you should also be cautious of gifts from competitors and unknown persons.
Our services include bug sweeping to find bugging devices in the UK and effective TSCM which we can fully carry out in vehicles, houses, workplaces, and offices.[more]
In the past few years the features of the computers and the cell phones have become almost identical.[more]
Nowadays bugs, tracking devices and many other types of spy equipment have become so accessible that almost anyone with a little more money to spend can easily invade your privacy.[more]
People often don't consider the fact that they might have been bugged.[more]
In the past few years invading people's privacy has become too easy.[more]