Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM)

Kirsch Group's bug sweeps offer a distinct advantage as bug sweepers and former installers, drawn from the Canadian intelligence, military, and law enforcement community. Kirsch Group founder Andrew Kirsch has deployed covert devices (legally) as a team lead on the Special Operations unit of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).

When to Consider TSCM Sweeps:


  • Corporate Meetings: Before Corporate Board AGMs or other confidential meetings.
  • Office Renovations: After completing office renovations, detect any surveillance devices planted during construction.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions: To protect sensitive information from being compromised during mergers and acquisitions.
  • Legal or Sensitive Matters: Maintaining confidentiality during private legal or sensitive personal matters.
  • Valuable Intellectual Property (IP): In sectors with valuable IP and a high cost of information loss, such as Health and Tech.
  • Publicly Accessible Areas: In publicly accessible change rooms or shared facilities to prevent unauthorized surveillance.
  • High-Profile Individuals: For high-profile individuals to protect against reputation risk.