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On 15 June 2017 EDS became the first TSCM organisation in the World to convert their existing Talan DPA-7000 Telephone and Line Analysers for TSCM testing to the new version 3 Talan model. Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) manufactures the Talan 3 DPA-7000 Telephone and Line Analyser. TALAN 3.0s built-in VoIP Plus+ function performs on-board tests and analysis when connected to an Ethernet network, and determines if the packet traffic has VoIP characteristics. VoIP Plus+ differentiates data generated by a VoIP phone from other network traffic using a patent pending FFT (Fourier Free Transform) algorithm that translates signal activity form the time domain to the frequency domain. VoIP data has a unique frequency pattern that distinguishes it from other network traffic and is displayed in a frequency chart.

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Roger Werries of Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) will be presenting a number of REI factory equipment training courses at our TSCM training facility in South Africa during June 2017. We have our own dedicated TSCM training facility in Centurion, situated 15 km's south of Pretoria, South Africa.

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This year (2017) our company celebrates twenty-one years of providing technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) services to Southern Africa. CBIA and its technical business division EDS, has come a long way and has built a legacy of trust, consistency and dependability. EDS is South Africa's top TSCM solutions provider. It provides high quality services through constant innovation and the latest technology. As EDS is celebrating its 21st anniversary we look forward to achieve new milestones as we continue to transform the TSCM landscape in South Africa and contribute to the development of TSCM in the rest of the World. We have lined up a calendar of events to commemorate our 21st year anniversary to the theme of 21 Years of TSCM Service Excellence. These events will serve to thank, engage and to build goodwill with our customers.

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Eavesdropping Detection Solutions® (EDS) is the first organisation on the African continent and in South Africa to utilise Oscor Blue Spectrum Analysers during Cyber TSCM™ sweeps and survey services. Since September 2016 EDS is distributing the Oscor Blue Spectrum Analyser to qualifying organisations. Please feel free to contact us for a demonstration. * EDS has been granted the exclusive use of the words Cyber TSCM in South Africa.

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We will exhibit the latest technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) equipment at the upcoming Securex exhibition in Johannesburg from 24 – 26 May 2016. To register or to read more please go to http://www.securex.co.za/

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Jonathan Whitehead the Business Development Manager of EDS represented the company at the Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) dealer conference that took place from 26 – 30 October 2015 at the REI training facility in Cookeville, Tennessee.

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Michael Scantland, International Sales Manager of Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) visited EDS during the first week of August 2015 to meet and brief the REI and EDS clients in Southern Africa about the latest developments, news and equipment that will be available from REI in 2016. Briefings and new equipment demonstrations were held at the EDS TSCM Training Academy on 4 and 5 August 2015.

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We will be launching the new Orion 2.4 HX (6.6W) Non-Linear Junction Detector on 22 April 2015 in Centurion, South Africa. The Orion HX is a new generation non-linear junction detector (NLJD) manufactured by Research Electronics International (REI) (USA). South Africa is the first country where the Orion 2.4 HX will be launched outside of the USA. Click here to read more.

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From March 2015 we will hold monthly technical briefings for security and risk managers to help them understand the nature and scope of the new cyber TSCM threats and how to counter these threats. EDS is one of a handful companies in the World that offers a full professional Cyber TSCM™ Countermeasures solution and services. The briefings are free for qualifying security and risk managers. Please e-mail claudene@tscm-za.com if you would like to receive more information or would like to attend one of these exclusive briefings.

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During January 2015 EDS and CellDetect™ (www.celldetect.co.za) (a South African technology solutions provider) entered into an agreement that will see EDS provide TSCM survey services to all of CellDetect's corporate clients. This means that all the CellDetect™ clients will now also benefit from the Cyber TSCM™ services that EDS offers its clients.

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We will exhibit at the Intelligence Support Systems World Conference & Exhibition (for government and law enforcement only) taking place from 15 – 17 July 2014 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg. We will also present a one day pre-conference workshop on Cyber TSCM at the conference on 15 July 2014.. If you are a government official and wish to attend this exclusive conference and exhibition please go to www.issworldtraining.com and enter the code TSCM-ZA to register.

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We will be exhibiting the latest TSCM equipment available in the World at the IFSEC South Africa security exhibition taking place from 13 – 15 May 2014 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg.

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All our training courses and educational events are endorsed by the Business Espionage Countermeasures South Africa (BECSA) association.

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We will be hosting Mark Uker, Training Director of Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) at the Protea Hotel, Centurion on 21 June 2013. Mark will do a presentation on TSCM and showcase the latest technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) equipment manufactured by REI.

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We will be exhibiting the latest TSCM equipment available from Audiotel International (UK) at the upcoming IFSEC South Africa exhibition taking place from 18 – 20 June 2013 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg.

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We have been appointed as the official distributors of Audiotel International (UK) equipment in Southern Africa. Audiotel International (UK) is one of the oldest technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) equipment manufacturers in the World.

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The Orion 2.4 Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) from Research Electronics International (REI) (USA) will be available for demonstrations in South Africa during June 2013. Contact us now to book your demonstration. We will be exhibiting the new Orion 2.4 and other TSCM equipment at the IFSEC Security exhibition taking place from 18 – 20 June 2013 at the Gallagher Exhibition and Conference Centre in Midrand. Feel free to contact us for more information or demonstrations.

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We will be hosting an OSCOR Green Master Class from 24 - 28 June 2013 in Centurion. The training will be presented by Research Electronics International (REI) and attendees will receive a REI training certificate.

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We will be exhibiting the latest technical surveillance countermeasures equipment at the IFSEC South Africa Securex Exhibition and conference taking place at Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Johannesburg from 18 – 20 June 2013. For more information please visithttp://www.ifsecsa.com

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We exhibited and demonstrated Research Electronics International (REI) equipment with an REI representative at the recent CBIA Business Counterintelligence Conference that took place at the Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge from 17 – 19 September 2012.

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We hosted a TALAN DPA-7000 Telephone and Line Analyser Operator's course from 10 – 14 September 2012 at the Protea Hotel Waterfront in Centurion. The course was presented by Pete Denson from Research Electronics International (REI) and the attendees received REI training certificates certifying that they completed forty hours of hands-on training on the TALAN.

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We hosted a Research Electronics International (REI) equipment showcase day on 7 September 2012 at the Protea Hotel Waterfront, Centurion. The event was well attended with more than thirty technicians from the government and corporate sectors attending. The new remote monitoring capability on the OSCOR Green was introduced to the World in South Africa.

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We will be exhibiting the latest technical surveillance countermeasures equipment at the IFSEC South Africa Securex Exhibition and conference taking place at Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Johannesburg from 19 – 21 June 2012. For more information please visit http://www.ifsecsa.com/

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We presented TSCM Risk Management briefings on 4 April 2012 at the Cullinan Hotel, V & A Waterfront in Cape Town and on 18 May 2012 at the Hilton Hotel in Durban. The briefings focussed on the threat of GSM based listening devices and how to counter it. We have developed a protocol that is unique in South Africa to easily detect and trace GSM based covert transmitters in the office environment. Both briefings were well attended by the who’s who of the risk management and security fraternities in both cities. The next TSCM Risk Management briefing is scheduled to take place on 29 June 2012 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Port Elizabeth. Seating is limited and early booking is recommended.

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The Zululand Observer reported on 23 March 2012 that January Makubane (36), an employee of TD Industrial Services and Themba David Myeni a former employee of TD Industrial Services appeared in the Richards Bay Magistrate Court after being accused of stealing industrial information worth R 100 million. They are charged with the theft of stealing an USB memory stick containing information, invoices and prices lists. The theft of the information relates to an upcoming cleaning and pollution control tender at BHP Billiton potentially worth R 100 million. To read more visit the link http://www.zululandobserver.co.za/Pages/f12story8.html

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Times Live reported on 11 December 2011 that “allegations of industrial espionage at private hospitals have been made in the Cape Town high court in the hearing of a multi-million rand lawsuit. Melomed Hospital Holdings is suing Rondebosch Medical Centre for R 10 million for allegedly stealing confidential documents and intellectual property pertaining to patient billing procedures” To read more please click on the link http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2011/12/11/hospitals-in-court-over-espionage-claim

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The Sunday Times reported on 27 November 2011 that a Pretoria businessman is at the centre of a criminal investigation over the alleged illegal interception of his estranged wife's private e-mails, SMS’es and BlackBerry messages, or BBMs. To read more please visit the link http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/2011/11/27/man-probed-for-spying-on-wife

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The Business Day newspaper reported on 8 September 2011 that the bugging of key management offices at the Tshwane University Of Technology (TUT) in Pretoria was discovered by the newly appointed administrator of the University, Prof Themba Mosia. To read more please visit the link http://www.businessday.co.za/Articles/Content.aspx?id=152784

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We presented TSCM Risk Management briefings on 19 August 2011 at the Protea Hotel Waterfront in Centurion and on 22 August 2011 at the Cullinan Hotel in Cape Town. The briefings were well attended by security managers, risk and information protection specialists. The briefings focused on threats against corporate information, how the attacks manifest itself, attack technology and how to counter the threat of technical security and electronic eavesdropping. Please e-mail us on info@tscm-za.com if you would like to receive a copy of the presentation.

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We have been appointed as the distributors of the Wolfhound range of cellular telephone detectors in Africa. The Wolfhound cellular detectors are a precision high speed scanning receivers specifically tuned to the RF signature of common cellular telephones. With mobile telephones ever getting smaller they are increasingly being used in areas where they are forbidden. The Wolfhound cellular telephone detectors easily locate cellular telephones, even in standby mode. The detectors are manufactured by Berkeley Varitronics Systems.

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The OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyser will be available for the first time in South Africa during September 2011 from our company. It is a handheld spectrum analyser designed to detect illicit eavesdropping signals, to perform site surveys for communication systems, to conduct radio frequency (RF) emissions analysis and to investigate misuse of the RF spectrum. It is the most modern purposeful designed RF detection system for technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) sweeps and surveys. It is portable and lightweight, weighing only 4.4 kg with built-in antennas and on-board software. Choose between two models, the OGR-08 or the OGR-24. The OGR-08 has a detection capability from 50 kHz – 08 GHz, whilst the OGR-24 sweeps from 50 kHz – 24 GHz.

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The Witness (KZN newspaper) reported on 18 March 2011 that a Pietermaritzburg advocate is under investigation by the South African Police in connection with a bugging device that was discovered in the ceiling of the Bar Administrator’s office. The same advocate is already under investigation in connection with the alleged theft of a hard drive from the CCTV surveillance system at the Pietermaritzburg advocates’ chambers. To read more visit the link at http://www.witness.co.za/index.php?showcontent&global%5b_id%5d=57294

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News24.com reported on 9 March 2011 that Western Cape Premier Helen Zille said that her telephone calls were illegally monitored by the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) during 2008. To read more please visit the link at http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/Politics/Spies-bungled-phone-tap-Zille-20110309

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We will be exhibiting the latest technical surveillance countermeasures equipment at the IFSEC South Africa Securex Exhibition and conference taking place at Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Johannesburg from 06 – 08 September 2011. For more information please visit http://www.ifsecsa.com/

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We have been appointed as the southern African distributor for Winkelmann Ltd (UK). Winkelmann manufactures counter surveillance equipment such as the new Raptor RXi counter surveillance receiver and the Hawk XTS-900 non-linear junction detector. To read more about the Raptor RXi pleas click on the link http://securitysa.com/news.aspx?pklnewsid=37358

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The Mail and Guardian reported on 14 November 2010 that Charlotte Mampane, the South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC) acting chief operations officer, who was caught on security camera eavesdropping outside a board meeting earlier this year, has stepped down from the post. For more information please visit http://www.tscm-za.com/news.html

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We will be exhibiting the latest technical surveillance countermeasures equipment at the IFSEC South Africa Securex Exhibition and conference taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg from 31 August 2010 – 02 September 2010. For more information please visit http://www.ifsecsa.com/

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News24.com reported on 22 August 2010 that Nelson Mandela’s Houghton house was bugged ahead the African National Congress's 2007 national conference. To read more visit http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/Mandelas-house-was-bugged-20100821

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The Sunday Times reported on 1 August 2010 that it is alleged in an affidavit handed to a Cape Town court that a former Telkom technician Seun Briel admitted that he illegally tapped telephones - which it later transpired belonged to clients of Investec - at the bank's request. To read more click on the link http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/article579079.ece/Investec-is-accused-of-spying

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The City Press reported on 25 July 2010 that “ A Bugging, spy scandal rocks Safa leadership” To read more visit the link http://www.citypress.co.za/SouthAfrica/News/Bugging-spy-scandal-rocks-Safa-leadership-20100725

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The Wall street Journal reported on 3 June 2010 that smartphones are vulnerable. See http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703340904575284532175834088.html?mod=djemTMB_h

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Orion Non-Linear Junction Detector http://securitysa.com/news.aspx?pklnewsid=35706

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Our company was recently appointed as the exclusive representative and distributor of REI equipment in Southern Africa. See securitysa.com

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