Eavesdropping Detection Solutions (EDS)

May 2016 News, Conferences & Events

Eavesdropping Detection Solutions (EDS), South Africa’s only Cyber TSCM company, will exhibit the latest high level technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) equipment available on the market for the detection of covert listening, video and optical surveillance devices.

The days of traditional ‘sweeping and debugging' are over. The last decade has seen huge innovations in information technology, communication devices and covert surveillance devices moving for the traditional analogue ‘bugs’ to sophisticated devices operating on the GSM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth protocols.

EDS will exhibit new products that have been specifically designed for professional TSCM teams to counter the latest threats on the GSM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and IoT networks. On display will be the new Orion 2.4 HX (3.3 W) and the Orion 2.4 HX 6.6 W (Government version) Non-Linear Junction Detectors by Research Electronics International (REI) (USA).

The ANDRE (Advanced Near Field Detection Receiver) by REI will be introduced in South Africa for the first time during the exhibition. EDS will be supported by Pete Denson from Research Electronics International (REI) (USA). Presentations on TSCM will be presented in the Securex Seminar Theatre on 24 and 26 May 2016.

Find out more in Hall 3, Stand J06.

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