Kestrel Flies High at NDIA SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition

 

ComSec LLc- Professional Development TSCM Group | National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)

Technical Security Specialist’s (TSS) TM and Technical Security Instructors (TSI) TM from Canadian based Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., attended the 29th Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition organized by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) this week in Arlington, VA, in support of our exclusive US distribution partner COMSEC LLc, located in Virginia Beach.

The event, has been a tremendous success with significant new interest in the Kestrel TSCM ® Professional Software | Signals Intelligence Support System (SISS) TM, including a live demonstration of our latest Kestrel ® Heat Mapping Display (HMD) technology.

HMD TM is the latest milestone within our developmental strategy, and supports our recently released Receiver Differential Signal Analysis (RDSA)TM, in full support of our growing market share, within the TSCM | SIGINT | RSSM TM space across the public and private sector, within the national security apparatus.

This latest release v1.36.1 is a full installer (64-Bit), and is also available in a 32-Bit release, if required.

PDTG Inc., and COMSEC LLc, made a number of strategic alliances during the event, with a strong focus on powerful new government, and military based Software Defined Radio technology, discussions, for fixed, and portable mobile deployment.

Many delegates were impressed by the powerful, scalability, and uniqueness of the detection, capture and analysis tools, with a current support level for seven (7) different manufacturers, receivers and spectrum analyzers, and very much impressed by plans for another three (3) prominent SDR products to be supported prior to the end of the year.

During the event, high-level discussions with a number of SDR manufacturers, expressed interest in the Kestrel TSCM ®Professional Software | Signals Intelligence Support System (SISS) TM platform.

The HMD TM feature is just one, of a series of new and powerful, professional features and functionality, added to the Kestrel TSCM ® Professional Software in the past number of months.

ComSec LLC Adds OverWatch IMSI Catcher Detection Services

Virginia Beach, VA, March 08, 2017 –(PR.com)– J.D. LeaSure, President/CEO of ComSec LLC announces the addition of IMSI catcher detection capabilities to ComSec’s world-class electronic eavesdropping / detection services. Surreptitious use of IMSI (international mobile subscriber identity) catchers and stingray devices pose a significant threat to the security and privacy of USA corporations and individuals. With ComSec’s IMSI catcher detection services, our clients gain cost-effective, real-time knowledge of IMSI catchers, baseband processor attacks, rogue base stations and cellular jamming threats to their devices and environment.

“ComSec LLC’s exclusive deployment of the ESD Overwatch System equips our clientele with real-time, actionable intelligence they can use to stop cellular attacks and to secure their networks. Enhancing our service offerings with IMSI catcher detection capability further demonstrates ComSec’s commitment to providing all-inclusive eavesdropping threat detection services that strengthen our clients’ security defenses,” remarked J.D. LeaSure, ComSec LLC’s President/CEO.

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Best Way To Find A Hidden Camera or Spy Gadget

Tips on What Not To Do and The Best Way to Find a Hidden Camera or Spy Gadget

best way to find a hidden camera or spy gadgetIf you suspect your business or home is under surveillance with a hidden camera or spy gadget, you may not know where to turn for help. Chances are your quest will include an online search for the best way to find a hidden camera or spy gadget. If you aren’t familiar with the acronym TSCM (technical surveillance countermeasures) your search for help may be lengthy. In fact, typing the subject line of this article in a search engine will lead you to a variety of suggestions including hiring a private investigator or using a spy gadget store for services. Others suggestions include performing your own physical search, buying a “cheap” bug detector or choosing the “cheap” bug sweep option. While all of these options may seem like a solution, we caution you to consider the following information before making a decision. Read more

Corporate Espionage and Protecting Proprietary Information

 

the_recruit003-300x170>>        On average, corporate espionage costs businesses more than $400 billion yearly.

>>        Certain precautions must be incorporated into the framework of an effective Data Security Program to protect valuable corporate information from espionage attempts.

>>        TSCM is an acronym that stands for Technical Surveillance Countermeasures.  

>>        Personnel charged with maintaining your cybersecurity program are trained to detect network threats, and typically are not trained to detect eavesdropping devices.

>>        If your risk management program does not include Cyber TSCM™ , you have made the job of the corporate spy much easier.

On average, corporate espionage costs businesses more than $400 billion yearly. Corporate information theft implements can range from cyber espionage attacks in your enterprise to the use of bugging devices to capture data, audio or video. The individual or “spy” behind the attack may be anyone motivated to: damage the reputation of a business, access insider information to profit from making illicit trades, undermine relationships with business partners, gain a competitive advantage or access personal/sensitive data.

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ComSec, LLC Announces New Office in Washington DC

TSCM Bug Sweep ServicesDemand for company’s TSCM and Cyber TSCM™ services fuels need for expansion

WASHINGTONApril 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — ComSec, LLC, a world-class provider of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) services, today announced the opening of an office in Washington DC. ComSec’s electronic eavesdropping detection services are already widely used by corporations, executives, government agencies, non-profit organizations and dignitaries throughout the US and globally. ComSec’s office in Washington DC will provide businesses and government agencies a local asset in their efforts to defend and protect valuable information from electronic eavesdropping exposures.

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