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Kevin D. Murray is an independent, professional security consultant. He has been solving electronic eavesdropping, security, and counterespionage matters since 1973 while with Pinkerton’s Inc., and from 1978 to present at his consulting firm, Murray Associates. Services provided include advanced eavesdropping detection, also known as technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) and full counterespionage strategy development services for business, government, and high-profile individuals. Headquartered in the New York metropolitan area, with services available worldwide, Murray Associates invites inquiries from corporate, government, and professional security entities. Kevin D. Murray is the author of Is My Cell Phone Bugged?: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Mobile Conversations Private.

According to the book description of Is My Cell Phone Bugged?: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Mobile Conversations Private, “eavesdropping detection specialist Kevin D. Murray draws from over 30 years experience and detailed research to show readers how to retake control of their privacy. He does this by explaining technology in simple terms; separating fact from fiction; exposing myths and providing sound advice - developed over years of working with his clients and solving their information security problems. In fact, reading this book is a similar experience to hiring your own credentialed security consultant.

The book answers the questions: cane someone eavesdrop on my cell phone calls; get my text messages almost as fast as I do; access my voice mails; steal my contacts list; send fake messages from my phone; make my phone dial someone else; receive a text revealing the length of my calls; receive a text alert whenever I use my phone; send me texts using a fake number; get my new number, although I switched phones; get the numbers I called, and who called me; track me using my phone's GPS; track me although my phone doesn't have GPS; trick me into installing spyware; and,  remotely activate my phone's microphone and eavesdrop on me when I am not using the phone?"


Is My Cell Phone Bugged?: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Mobile Conversations Private
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