I believe I'm being bugged, what do I do?
What To Do If You Believe You Are Bugged
If you believe that you may be the victim of covert electronic surveillance there are a number of precautions that must be considered. Steps must be taken to avoid alerting the eavesdropper that you suspect their presence. Often the victim will talk openly about having the telephones checked, or make comments that there may be a bugging device present. If the eavesdropper is part of the environment they will simply remove the device until after the TSCM sweep has been completed.
Don't Alert The Eavesdropper!
Avoid discussions about your plans to contract our TSCM service whenever possible. This can be difficult when a company must allocate funds for the TSCM services. Do not contact our office using a telephone from your business or residence. Do not use FAX machines, they are not secure.
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