Embassy Suites Alexandria, VA September 9-11, 2016
Co-winners: Excellence "Best Conference Presentation"
Congratulations to Tim Johnson & Ivy Thomas!
Winner: Best New TSCM Equipment
Congralutions to Research Electronics International (REI) for the ANDRE!
The mission of the Espionage Research Institute International is to educate and advance best practices in the counterespionage/counterintelligence, and TSCM community through excellence, applied learning, and research that examines issues of strategic importance to the sector.
The aim of ERII is to ensure the skill sets and the knowledge of TSCM, Counterintelligence and Counterespionage professionals evolves as changes in spying tactics, eavesdropping devices and detection methods occur. The organization’s success is a collaborative effort of members from around the globe with expertise in various areas within the umbrella of counterintelligence and TSCM.
“Technical Surveillance Counter Measures” is the industry term for security work that includes debugging sweeps, wiretap detection, and related countersurveillance activities. The purpose of TSCM is to help businesses and individuals protect themselves from unauthorized and illegal spying activities. One of the main functions of ERII is to help maintain high ethical standards in the counterespionage/counterintelligence and TSCM field.
Join us for the annual ERII Counterespionage Conference September 9, 10 & 11th 2016 at the Embassy Suites - Old Town Alexandria, VA 22314.
Lots of companies -- and even the White House -- use a conference calling system that could possibly be tapped by hackers, according to new research.
On Thursday, cybersecurity experts at SEC Consult revealed a secret doorway that's built into a popular conference calling product built by a company called AMX.
AMX makes tablet panels used to control conference calls for businesses, government agencies and universities.