Warning signs of undercover surveillance, bugging, or technical surveillance.

Third parties are aware or seem to know confidential information.
Information during private meetings or conversations has become public.
Your activities are known to people when they shouldn’t be.

 

You or your business have been the victim of a burglary, but nothing or little value items was taken.
Window or door have been forced.
Wall plates or electrical sockets appear to have been moved or tampered.
Drywall dust or ceiling tile debris is noticed on the floors, desks or tables
Ceiling tiles are cracked, chipped, broken, or out of place.
Your door locks suddenly sticky, fail, or don’t feel right. 
Furniture has been moved slightly, and no responsible was identified.
You have noticed that your home or office have been rummaged through, but nothing is missing. 
A small-sized discoloration has suddenly appeared on the wall.

 

Lamp, clock, smoke detector, or exit emergency sign in your home or office looks crooked, has a small hole in the surface.
Your electronic devices including TV, radio, wireless communication has suddenly developed strange interference
Strange sounds or volume changes on your phone lines.
Static, popping, or scratching on your phone lines. 
Noise from the phone when it’s hang up. 
High pitched squeal or beep is heard for short time from your phone, or far-off tone, or rings often but nobody is answering.
Hearing high-pitch sounds. (Case study)

 

“Phone engineer”, cable, boiler technician, plumbing, or utility workers turn up to perform maintenance work when no one called them.
Gifts – any type of electronic device such as a power adapter, phone charger, USB cable, clock, radio, phone, lamp, speaker, ALEXIA/ECHO (or similar), etc.
New items appear in your home without your knowledge.
Unknown vehicles, Contractors vans are parked nearby your target area for extended periods of time. 
You have been the subject of surveillance (pursuit).

 

If you recognize any of these and are suspicious that you are under unauthorized surveillance you should act quickly. Anyone can be targeted for surveillance. However, some are at a greater risk due to the financial position, occupation, and legal or personal life.

Take action to safeguard your information or by using our secure contact form or call us directly for an informal meeting.