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McCann Global Offers Electronic Bug Sweeps

Firm adds Houston-based Electronic Countermeasures team

HOUSTON, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- McCann Global, a corporate investigations firm, with offices in New York and Houston, announces the addition of an additional Electronic Countermeasures team to the company. Jack McCann, CEO of McCann Global, comments, "We have been very active in Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) since the 1980's and the need for this service continues to grow." He continues, "The addition of the Texas-based team allow us to perform more bug sweeps and react quicker to our clients' needs."

McCann Global utilizes the latest in technology, including the OSCOR 5000, the premier debugging unit that is used by the nation's leading TSCM firms and government agencies. McCann Global performs technical countermeasure surveys for clients on a national and international basis. The TSCM teams can travel to meet its corporate clients' demands.

TSCM sweeps can conserve time and are often combined with posting security staff at the secured site so that the site can remain secured after the sweep. With industrial espionage on the rise and the increased use of IP phones the need for "secure communications" has never been greater. McCann Global can provide the latest in debugging and provide your company with a clean space to conduct confidential meetings and discussions.

Contact:

McCann Global 800-713-7670 or [email protected]

http://www.mccannglobal.com

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