Security is from one of those priorities that you can’t skip off, any matter if it’s for your safety, for the safety of your loved ones or even your money and assets. People spend loads of money in security especially in security systems, which they think will protect them but what if your security system or security devices are being bugged and your valuable, and private information is going in wrong hands.
It definitely feels scary but if you look at the records and reports you will find bugging of security system is not that rare and is being done in the whole world. So, now after knowing all this you need to know the ways you can detect if your security system is being bugged or if there is some similar issue that is going on.
But before all this, the first step which you need to keep in mind is to make sure if there any bugging device attached to your security system or it’s just something you took wrong.
Selection of the right detector
The best and the easiest way to detect a bugging device is to invest in a bug detector/RF detector, a detector basically catches the radio frequencies in a room and makes it easier for you to find the device. But as already said the detector will only make the work easier for you by pointing out in the direction of the bugging device, and you will have to do the rest of the work of finding the bugging device yourself.
Now, the most important factor to look for while buying a bug detector is money and the price of such a device ranges from a few dollars to a thousand dollars. The variation in price is caused due to being handcrafted which makes the device costly or being manufactured in mass production which makes the cost of the device little lesser than the handcrafted ones.
A good quality bug detector
The ones which are handcrafted are better devices as because they are designed to have a higher frequency range which means more detection or more devices. These handcrafted detectors have better and more filters in them so that you don’t get false alarms and along with that they also have a metal casing for better durability and longer life
A bad quality bug detector
In almost every case these bad quality bug detectors are manufactured in mass production and as a reason why they are cheap. They lack things like good filters and metal protective casing which for sure drops down the cost but you also have to compromise with your security.
The choice is yours either invest in a good quality bug detector and stay safe or go for a cheaper one and compromise with the safety of your assets and property.