Who would eavesdrop on the board meeting? Our experience is that employee curiosity is as powerful a driver as competitive pressures. Anyone with access to the room can plant:
When physical access is not possible we have discovered:
The company was making a historic decision from their newly appointed facility in a Seattle highrise.
Unfortunately the microphones used for presenters did not encrypt their radio transmissions. Our test indicated that their signals could be intercepted with common handheld radio equipment far below on the street.
The brand new conference call hardware autoanswered our test calls. This allowed anyone on the planet with a wardialer to discover how to listen in during senior executive meetings.
Our strong recommendations for more security for the board were ignored. Financial advisers were also ignored… the company is now gone.
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