Electronic Eavesdropping Detection and Bug Sweeps
The act of eavesdropping is a very real threat in today’s world. Andrew Fisher Investigations offers Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures, commonly known as Bug Sweeps, to afford corporate clients and individuals the security to know that their conversations and actions are kept confidential. Bug Sweeps and other electronic surveillance countermeasures is a specialty of Andrew Fisher Investigations. AFI is a licensed private investigation agency located in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex and serves clients in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico with Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures services, including Bug Sweeps.
Our goal is to provide top-quality Bug Sweeps and Electronic Surveillance and Counter Measures (ESCM) service and counter surveillance at affordable prices. Andrew Fisher Investigations Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures services, including Bug sweeps, provide up-to-the-minute technology, as well as well-trained agents insure your privacy in the office, warehouse, plant or your home.
Personalized Service For Your Unique Needs
Since our Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures services are tailored to each individual client, please call or email our surveillance countermeasures experts to discuss pricing.
Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures Price Includes:
- Bug Sweeps
- Radio Spectrum Search and Analysis
- Telephone System Monitoring and Analysis
- Computer Security Analysis
- Physical Search
- Counter Eavesdropping Sweep
Electronic Surveillance Countermeasures We Look For:
- Digital Devices
- Covert Video Cameras
- LAN/WAN Eavesdropping Devices
- Bugged copy machines
- Bugged Fax Machines
- Bugged Computers and Monitors
- Modified Telephone and Voicemail Systems
- Independent Telephone Bugs
- Body Wires
- Wireless Microphones
- Intercom systems
- Baby Monitors
- Tape Recorders
- Recorder Starter Relay
Surveillance In Today’s Society
According to I Cringely, the Federal Bureau of Investigation administers the Communications Assistance To Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), which was passed by Congress in 1994. CALEA was a response to advances in digital communications. It was a way for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to go beyond old-fashioned phone taps and listen in on mobile phone calls, pagers, and the Internet and any other form of electronic messaging that might be used by enemies of the state. CALEA made the phone companies and pager companies and the Internet companies responsible for building into their equipment that capability to tap all types of communications on the order of a judge or in the case of foreign surveillance. Every telephone switch installed in the United States since 1995 has the surveillance capability to listen to everything.
Not only can the authorities listen to your phone calls, they can follow those phone calls back upstream and listen to the phones from which the calls were made. They can even listen to what you say while you think you were on hold. Scary stuff?
Contact us today for additional details about our electronic surveillance countermeasures. Call 682-262-0889.