Every day, more and more businesses find that their safety and privacy have been compromised due to a security breach. Many of these breaches are done through spy or hacking devices. They may appear small, but they can have huge consequences on your business. If you suspect your business has been bugged, please read on, then contact our team for more information and to learn how our Connecticut corporate and commercial debugging service can help you.
How do you know your Connecticut business has been bugged?
Quite often bugging occurs after an ex-employee or business competitor infiltrates your car, office, home, laptop, phone, desk or other setting and hacks or sets up cameras and/or audio recording devices. These devices, which are becoming increasingly popular and easier to use, can be all but impossible to detect, especially if you are not actively looking for them. Nonetheless, some signs that your business has been bugged include:
- Objects manipulated in ways you did not leave them
- Foreign objects you can’t identify
- Places that appear to have been unaccountably dusted off or rubbed clean
- Misplaced ceiling panels and insulation dust on surfaces below
- You hear strange sounds like clicking, static, humming, et cetera
- You suddenly have bad phone reception
- Your private conversations or confidential information has been leaked to competitors or people you do not trust
- Strangers or unfamiliar cars following you
How might being bugged impact your Connecticut business?
Many businesses have clients and customers who provide confidential or personal information, such as their relationships, families, finances, legal issues and more. If this and other information gets into the wrong hands, it could not only affect your clients and customers but significantly damage your business’s reputation and result in substantial financial loss. In plain terms, it could put you out of business and into terrible debt.
What should you do if you suspect you are being bugged?
First off, you should immediately stop using your laptop, phone or other electronic devices. Second, you should cease sharing personal or work-related information while inside your home, office or car. Next, you should reach out to our skilled team of Connecticut corporate private investigators to discuss your next steps and begin conducting Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, i.e. debugging. No matter how small or undetectable the spy or hacking device is, Advanced Investigations will not rest until it has uncovered and neutralized all illegal surveillance. Let us help you regain your privacy. Please give us a call today.
Contact Advanced Investigations
If you are someone who requires a private investigator, you can turn to us. For years, Advanced Investigations has been helping individuals achieve the peace of mind they deserve and need to go on living happy lives. No matter your circumstances, contact Advanced Investigations today so we can help.