Professional Spycam Detection Training
for Businesses and Individuals
(with English and Korean closed captions)
(with English and Korean closed captions)
Most victims never know they have been recorded by a spycam.
Perpetrators are rarely caught—even when a covert spycam is discovered, or the videos and photos become public.
The Murray Associates spycam detection training course was created at the request of one of our Fortune 50 corporate clients.
This is their story…
An employee found a spycam hidden in the restroom. The person reported it to the company, and the police. Word got out. The news media jumped in. It was an embarrassing mess. The company asked us to help prevent future incidents. They also wanted to assure their employees that they were taking the situation very seriously.
Sending Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) teams to inspect all their restrooms and locker rooms (worldwide) was impractical. Instead, we created on-line training for their local facilities managers and security staff. A comprehensive official company Recording in the Workplace policy fortified this strategy. Our solution is extremely cost-effective, and is being used to this day.
Spycam Detection in Workplace Expectation-of-Privacy Areas, is now available to all organizations, and the general public.
Businesses and individuals can fight back against video voyeurism. Spycam Detection Training contains:
These show due diligence, should a case go to court. Adopt this solution to reduce your risk of: video voyeurism, damaging publicity, and expensive law suits.
The emotional consequences of voyeur videos are enormous, especially if the video goes viral. Warning words like: foreseeable, sexual harassment and reputation damage leave little choice. Organizations must address the spycam issue.
Our approach to spycam detection: written policy, training, and self-inspection program. This is the only course of its kind.
SPYCAM DETECTION is for:
targets of activist groups,
and real estate companies.
SPYCAM DETECTION is also for:
law enforcement personnel,
security management students,
and the general public seeking protection from video voyeurism.
SPYCAM DETECTION is not recommended for people interested in learning how to plant spy cameras, or build spy camera enclosures.
Facilities Managers, Private Investigators, Security Officers: When asked, “Can you check for spy cameras?” Be prepared to say, “Yes.”
“Foresee-ability creates responsibility”
“Having performed TSCM work for over 40 years I actually learned things from this course that I was not aware of. This course is worth the cost even double the rate.”
“In all fairness, I know a lot about this stuff as I’ve been subscribed to Kevin Murray’s blog for years, still cool, I just went and tested the remote control to cell phone camera and it worked, learned something new, impressed by that.” 🙂
“Excellent training on a topic that the industry is trying to keep secret. The included documentation is very relevant to web links. No special equipment is necessary to do a search, sometimes a cell phone is enough. Several examples with photographs. I recommend this course to everyone because it raises awareness about the risks of being monitored without our knowledge in public places and in our workplace. Mr. Murray is great, lots of experience, and an amateur radio operator: 73.”
“This class is awesome. Incredibly interesting and it opened my eyes to a problem I did not know existed. I feel after watching the videos I can help combat the problem by doing a visual review when I use public facilities like my gym. Thank goodness you put together this course, I would hope that every manager of a retail or consumer establishment with public restrooms would take this training and implement the recommended procedures. The best part is the “non-techy” instructions and the very informative PDF download.”
“I respect the instructor immensely. Was introduced to him and his company through his SpyWarn app (top notch, no B.S.) and the free e-book that accompanied that purchase.”
Note: Most workplace video voyeurism cases against employers are settled out-of-court, for undisclosed sums.
If you think you are under active electronic surveillance, or believe you have discovered a bug or covert video camera, follow the directions above and visit our post “I think I found a bug. What do I do?” The procedural checklist there will also tell you exactly what you need to do next.