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An eavesdropping attack is the theft of information as it is transmitted over a network by a computer, smartphone, or another connected device. It is common knowledge that electronic eavesdropping devices, security hazards, and weaknesses can easily ruin a successful business and destroy its reputation. Unauthorized access to government buildings and information could jeopardize personnel, critical data, privacy, and safety, causing significant disruption. As a result, it is critical for government and corporate buildings to safeguard their data, information, and assets. Implementation of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures and bugging devices help mitigate this kind of risk.

Physical security technologies are used to implement fundamental security controls. These controls include restriction of physical access, environmental monitoring, authentication of identity, verifying access authorization, and detecting illegal and malicious devices. It is more essential than ever to improve the organization's strategies without compromising security. Using sophisticated specialist equipment and various technical surveillance equipment to identify technical security weaknesses in and around the premises concerned through visual, electronic, and physical examinations. In this webinar, the speakers will provide information on the current bug sweeping or electronic counter surveillance and other technologies in line with it.

The threat of surveillance has grown in recent years due to technological advancements in surveillance devices. In today's highly competitive market, anyone can become a target of covert spying and eavesdropping.


International Crisis Room 360 (ICR360)​​​ in Partnership with SRS associated with Arsln​​​ organized a webinar event to provide awareness of the importance of Technical surveillance countermeasures and bugging devices.

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Enthusiastic Operations & Supply Chain Management Executive with diverse experience shaping vast arrays of business and operational strategies including focuses on procurement, supply chain digitalization, outsourcing, operations consolidations, organizational development, budget/cost clean sheet management, manufacturing, engineering, control tower customer service and supply chain shared services.

Meet the Speakers








Education: B.A in Translation and Interpretation of Arabic Language, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies(HUFS), Korea

Military : Sergeant, Artillery 27 Division, Korea Army (2yrs)

Career : Assistant Manager, Overseas Business Development, GITSN (1yr)





Steven retired from the Singapore Armed Forces in Nov 2021 after an illustrious career that spanned 32 years. He was Singapore's Defence Attaché to Beijing from 2017 to 2021 where he witnessed and experienced first-hand the ongoing tussle between the US and China. Earlier in his military career, Steven was one of the first Singaporeans to command a submarine in the Republic of Singapore

Navy. He had also served as Director of the National Maritime Sense-making Group and chaired a Working Group at the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations. As an intelligence practitioner, Steven is acutely aware of the threats to privacy.


Jackson is the founder of several tech companies offering bespoke IT solutions, consultancy, and cyber-security services. Being a certified and practicing cyber-security practitioner, he is deeply knowledgeable about the latest cyber and technical threats in today's complex and challenging technology landscape. Prior to his entrepreneurial portfolio, he joined the

Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies (CSIT), an agency of the Defence Technology Community (DTC) of Singapore. Jackson was fast-tracked through various technical roles and management appointments, allowing him to gain a diverse range of experience from application development, security assessments and policies, infrastructure and virtualization, penetration testing, and operations management.


 For two years, he was also the CEO of a strategic vendor company offering nationwide security solutions to the Home Affairs Ministry of Singapore.

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