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Technical Surveillance Counter-measures

Do you feel like you're being listened in on or spied upon?

Industrial espionage


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If you have that nagging feeling that something isn't quite right, trust your guts. You wouldn't have felt that hunch unless you had a reason to.


Conduct a TSCM analysis ASAP!

Time is of the essence, as you might get only one chance to 'do it right'.
Like us, you got to where you are today by understanding that denial is a luxury too expensive to afford.

Every passing moment where you are failing to take the proper course of action, you are putting yourself and your whole organization at risk.

But, you may be thinking:

"Why me?! What are the chances someone would want to spy on me?"

If you have:
• Critical, sensitive, privileged information and communications (with economical value)
• Trade secrets or intellectual property to protect
• Boardroom meetings
• Intricate negotiations (ex. Mergers and Acquisitions)
• Forceful competition
• Business partners or associates
• Disgruntled current or former employees
• Aggrieved spouses, family members, or friends

Then you may be at risk of falling victim to any of the following:

• Corporate espionage and strategical spying
• Competitive intelligence gathering
• Malevolent publicity or activism
• Personal privacy leaks
• Blackmail or extortion
• Vengeance and retaliation

     

    Would you rather be proactively discovering this on your terms, or would you prefer reactively finding out on someone else's?

    "But this doesn't apply to me, does it? I'm only a small to medium-sized business with not that many employees."

    Small and medium-sized businesses are especially vulnerable, experts say. According to a recent global security study by Symantec, “In the past 5 years, we have seen a steady increase in threats targeting corporations with less than 250 employees, with 43% of all attacks aimed at small businesses.” These firms don’t devote adequate resources to protecting their own intellectual property from theft and may be seen by hackers or foreign governments as ways to access the large corporate players with which they do business. “SMEs,” says lawyer Dominic Jaar, who leads KPMG Canada’s national forensic technology team, “become one of the weakest links in the network.”

     

    So, what can you do to prevent this from happening to you next?

     

    If you're like most organizations, you can choose to remain blind to these potential risks and threats until it is too late to recover from a catastrophic financial or personal loss.

    Or you could always spend your precious time 'bug hunting' in your office, not really knowing where to look, what to look for, and lacking the proper tools to conduct this kind of extensive search.

    Is your organization's security and protection important for you? You can count on Santor to address this matter.

    We only hire vetted and trustworthy technicians which are then thoroughly trained by surveillance experts and specialists. You can rest assured that you've contracted the most competent and reliable experts available in this niche.

    We just use the latest, most up-to-date equipment. As a world leading authority in the counter-surveillance technology industry, we stay at the forefront of these changes, so you don't have to.

    We are using a unique, multi-layer approach, leaving nothing unscrutinized. No precautions are spared to ensure that once we've inspected your location, it has been methodically and completely analyzed.

    We place a tremendous emphasis on the absolute confidentiality of our services, from the moment you request your quote to the transmission of our final report, so as not to disturb your work-environment or raise the suspicions of your eavesdroppers.

     

    Do not wait longer, contact us today!

     If you think you've found a bug or are under surveillance, here's the procedure to follow:


    • DO NOT disturb the device (as it is evidence);
    • DO NOT alert the eavesdropper by talking;
    • Secure the area, as you would secure a crime scene (use a non-alerting excuse, if necessary);
    • Document your evidence, take notes and pictures;
    • Notify only people who have a real need to know and tell them to keep it confidential;
    • Contact us. When you make your call, use a safe phone in a secured area.

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