Securing premises and facilities against unauthorized eavesdropping can be carried out with small detectors or locators. However, in many situations it is necessary to use more comprehensive solutions to protect the office in a comprehensive way.
Strategic rooms in a company, such as conference rooms or offices of people in senior positions, should be constantly monitored for surveillance so that important business, personnel information or strategic plans of the company cannot fall into the wrong hands.
Noise generators also offer the possibility of protecting private facilities (houses, apartments) or cars carrying valuables. Protection ensures the safety of... More
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"With the help of noise generators in the latest edition, you can protect your room and company facilities from dangerous data theft, which should not be within the possession of those who are not authorized to dispose of it. Unfortunately, nowadays the development of technology has led to the possibility of using eavesdropping in a very discreet manner. If you suspect that there is such a device in your office or one of your private rooms, you can use a detector or opt to use a very useful and versatile solution in the form of noise generators. Devices of this type comprehensively allow you to protect your office and the confidential information that is transmitted in it. In addition, with the help of noise generators you can count on the protection of private objects, cars carrying valuable items and any other activities that may interest potential dishonest competitors.
A really good solution for both private individuals and businesses is to block the work of professional microphones with the TOWER-A noise generator. The equipment, with its robust and carefully thought-out design, allows you to secure your conversations and negotiations, effectively blocking eavesdropping and recording devices, which are now very discreet and difficult to spot. Without the slightest problem, it will prevent information from getting into the wrong hands, which could be stolen by the work of microphones and voice recorders in cell phones, microphones of cameras and eavesdroppers, professional voice recorders in credit cards, or sound recorders with microphones."