Advanced Corporate Solutions (ACS), established in 1995, is a global player in Corporate Intelligence and Electronic Countermeasures Investigation (ECMI) “Debugging”. Our client base covers the full spectrum of Business, Industry and Government including multi-national companies and corporations. Advanced Corporate Solutions (ACS), provides a full spectrum of electronic countermeasures services; also refer to as “debugging and sweeps”. These involve both technical and physical searches to detect and locate electronic eavesdropping devices. Our personnel have decades of professional experience in both private and governmental sectors pertaining to technical surveillance and electronic countermeasures.
We offer countermeasures for commercial and residential locations as well as for vehicles and aircraft. On completion of the investigation, we provide our clients with a detailed report of our findings, with recommendations for reducing exposure to eavesdropping and providing them with peace of mind. Corporate Intelligence, as one of the most specialised disciplines of Intelligence, requires specialised skills and equipment and must be instituted as a long-term strategy. The overall objective of Corporate Intelligence is to protect company interest. Advanced Corporate Solutions (ACS) has a proven track record in Corporate Intelligence and can provide many references in this regard.
Sports teams need privacy protection. Russian hockey team finds bugging device. Sports teams need to be concerned about privacy and confidentiality.A listening device was apparently discovered in the coaches room of the Russian hockey team, Metallurg Magnitogorsk, at the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg. - Read more
Cyber Insurance: getting it right. Intersec March 2017. The cyber insurance market is constantly evolving as a paradoxical segment where fear continues to drive custom, while conversely industry inefficiency ensures growth of the insurance industry. Read more
2017 Cybercrime Security Predictions. With High incidents such as Tesco Bank and Talk Talk, the start of 2017 is a great time to look at the coming months and prepare - Intersec January 2017 - Click to view
An end to eaves dropping. Eavesdropping is historically a medieval term from when most dwellings were single storey, the roof rafters supported on the top of the walls, the roofing material laid on the rafters - Intersec January 2017 - Click to view
Remote spectrum surveillance and monitoring. Software Defined Radio (SDR) permits operator-assisted TSCM inspections to be conducted based on a new moving target threat model that is specific to the operational deployment of budget friendly, fully feature operator assisted, or Remote Spectrum Surveillance and Monitoring (RSSM) - Intersec January 2017 - Click to view
Is Your Physical Security Cyber Secure? Simon Gawne discusses the need for security teams to expand their remit to include cyber defence as attackers increasingly target vulnerable connected security devices - Intersec Magazine - Click to view
Bugging device found in All Blacks' meeting room: It was reportedly planted inside a chair and discovered during a routine sweep for bugs ahead of the match against Australia. 20 August 2016 - Sky News - Click to view
Cyber Security Breach - What to do? June 2016 - Intersec Magazine. Click to view
Executive Protection: What can you do about corporate espionage? Click to view
Cyber Security Future Trends: The exponential growth of ICT integration with all aspects of our economies, governance and personal lives means that cyber security is likely to remain crucial to the resilience of the global economy in the next decade. Click to view
We use state of the art equipment and conduct the most comprehensive and effective electronic and physical searches.