His comments come as police in Sydney investigate the discovery of a listening device in a hotel meeting room used by the All Blacks.
|Example of a digital transmitter.|
"I'm just saying it's not a new concept that people would put in bugging devices ... I'm just saying it's widespread and I think people would be wise to consider those factors." more
When you think about it, we only know about covert bugging, wiretapping and optical surveillance from the failed attempts.
By definition, all successful eavesdropping is never discovered. (Usually because no one is looking for it.)
This is why smart businesses, like the All Blacks rugby organization, conduct proactive technical surveillance countermeasures inspections (aka TSCM).
If you would like to add TSCM inspections to your security strategy, contact me. I'll recommend a trusted specialist in your area. ~Kevin