• Technical Surveillance Counter Measures - TSCM
  • Counterespionage
  • Counterintelligence
  • Cyber Counterespionage
ERII
Espionage Research Institute International

Espionage Research Institute International

The membership of ERII consists of counterespionage/counterintelligence professionals, Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) practitioners, business and corporate executives who have security responsibilities, as well as newcomers to the profession. “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.

 

ERII is an exclusive organization. Those interested in joining should review the ERII Code of ethics and may contact ERII for further information.

 

 


 

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A sophisticated piece of spyware has been quietly infecting hundreds of government computers across Europe and the United States in one of the most complex cyber espionage programs uncovered to date.

Several security researchers and Western intelligence officers say they believe the malware, widely known as Turla, is the work of the Russian government and linked to the same software used to launch a massive breach on the US military uncovered in 2008.

WASHINGTON — The director of national intelligence acknowledged Tuesday that nearly a year after the contractor Edward J. Snowden “scraped” highly classified documents from the National Security Agency’s networks, the technology was not yet fully in place to prevent another insider from stealing top-secret data on a similarly large scale.