Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM)
The United States Department of Defense
defines a TSCM survey as a service provided by qualified personnel to detect the presence of technical surveillance
devices and hazards and to identify technical security weaknesses that could aid in the conduct of a technical penetration of the surveyed facility. A TSCM survey will provide a professional evaluation of the facility's technical security posture and normally will consist of a thorough visual, electronic, and physical examination in and about the surveyed facility.
This definition is however lacking some of the technical scope involved. COMSEC (communications security), ITSEC (information technology security) and physical security are also a major part of the work in the modern environment. The advent of multimedia devices and remote control technologies allow huge scope for removal of massive amounts of data in very secure environments by the staff employed within, with or without their knowledge.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) can best be defined as The systematic physical and electronic examination of a designated area by properly trained, qualified and equipped persons in an attempt to discover electronic eavesdropping devices, security hazards or security weaknesses.
Devices can be put anywhere, you just have to be able to find them, think out of the box where you would put them and then think where you may find them,
under your sofa, under your bed, in your phone, laptop,iPhone, car , suitcases, clothes , even your boots you have not put on for months,
behind a photo or in a teddy bear you have had for years that you never move, your light's, even your TV control or wall clocks and yes smoke detectors, so many place's and you may not even think about this but behind your food,
when you need to maybe you should call someone in but if you do, remember the person you are calling could also be putting one in, so make sure you trust them and if need be check what he / she brings in with them and ask them to show the kit they have, if you see them putting something in then ask them what that is,
they work for you but they can also think it a good idea to get paid for finding out information about you, It is that kind of job,
I don't care what you do or say in your life unless you are hurting someone else, you are a child abuser, Or you are helping others to do it,
I will not help anyone that hurt children or that abuse women no matter how much you pay me,
i will not put a device in your office, car, home if you are paying me to check and remove them,
I work for you! if i take a job for close protection security, RST, Or TSCM i will work for you and not do anything to break your trust,
That is my word. for you to take me on you would need to pay for me to come to you where ever that may be, transport there and back again and a min payment of £250 or $250 Then an agreed amount per hr. there after
A report will be sent to you and anything found will be put in Evidence bags should you need it for court reasons or any other reason, all devices will be given back to you unless you want me to remove them from the location.
And if you wish, your Police force can be contacted and it handed over to them ,if not then i would suggest you keep them safe in case needed.