Provided by: World Institute for Security Enhancement

Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures

Risk Management

To acquaint the security director and the Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures (TSCM) inspector with the nature of the eavesdropping threat and the ways that it can be countered. To provide the attendee with information that he can apply to his own situation when designing and maintaining his eavesdropping defense.
METHOD of PRESENTATION
The subject is presented in a series of class lectures, technical demonstrations & practical exercises that include the following:
Eavesdropping Techniques:
Methods of Detecting or Defeating Them
The eavesdropper's methods of physically penetrating his target are described as are his methods of concealing his eavesdropping devices.
The Tools Of The TSCM Inspector
Detailed descriptions of the detection devices used by the TSCM inspector in conducting his inspections are accompanied by "hands-on" demonstrations that display their degree of effectiveness.
Strategy & Tactics For The
TSCM Inspection
The tactics to be used in conducting a TSCM inspection in ways that are most likely to deceive the eavesdropper are described. The use of a check list in that process to organize a sweep team's activities for maximum efficiency is included.
Dealing With Contingencies
The features of a contingency plan to be used at the time that the eavesdropping activity is detected is described. A detailed check list of the things to be considered at the time of a discovery is included in this presentation.
Design Features of Secure Areas
Whether a special secure room is to be constructed or an existing room is to be made secure, this lecture is useful in illustrating the points of vulnerability that may be exploited by a professional eavesdropper. The ways that the vulnerabilities can be reduced are described.
PRACTICAL EXERCISES
This training course is provided at World Institute for Security Enhancement training locations throughout the United States of America. Familiarization of various equipment types and established procedures are promoted and demonstrated throughout the training process. The applications & techniques of a professional sweep are stressed in our hands on approach. This ensures that every participant gains the information necessary to conduct a basic TSCM inspection in the field.
To assist in the acquisition of TSCM, Physical Search hand tools, a metal case with tool pallet insert is provided for each class participant. Instruction includes practical hands-on demonstrations of devices from various manufacturers discussed in the program. The World Institute does not sell equipment or represent any security manufacturers.
Related Awards, Degrees or Certifications: "Approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board". Regulates & licenses all Counterintelligence activity within
Related Jobs or Careers: Acquaint Security Director and the Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures (TSCM) inspector with the nature of the eavesdropping
This is primarily ilt training
workshop / seminarThis is a workshop seminar
group study and discussionThis class may involve group study
coursewareCourseware may be available for purchase
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in Wilmington, NC,
Course Level:basic through advanced
Duration:40 hours
Training Presented in:English
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Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures Seminar Schedule

    Location    
December, 2017
4th Dec   Ashville, NC   [Register]
 
Technical Surveillance CounterMeasures
TECHNICAL SURVEILLANCE COUNTERMEASURES
TSCM-01 Determining the Threat in Today's World
Historical Development
Threat Assessment
Risk Analysis
Corporate Impact
TSCM-02 Basic Electrical Theory
Terminology
Schematic Symbols
Basic Circuits
Measurements
Calculations
TSCM-03 Tools of the TSCM Inspector
Hand Search Toolkit
Inductance Amplifier
Viewing Instruments Metal Detector
Non-Linear Junction Detector(NLJD)
Telephone Analyzer
Time Domain Reflectometer (TDR)
OpticalTime Domain Reflectometer (OTDR)
Portable X-Ray Device
Sweep Receiver
Amateur Radio Receivers
Spectrum Analyzer
Oscilloscope
Acoustic Rangefinder
TSCM-04 Operation and Types of Microphones
Contact Microphone
Carbon Microphone
Spike Microphone
Dynamic Microphone
Reluctance Microphone
Electret Microphone
Piezo Electric Film
Parabolic Microphone
Fiber Optic Microphone
TSCM-05 The Telephone System
Telco - Central Office
Customer - PBX
TSCM-06 The Telephone Instrument
Vulnerabilities
Hook Switch Bypass
Hot Mic
Neon Bulb
CounterMeasures
Physical Examination
Audio Amplifier
Off Hook RF Transmitter Test
DMM Voltage Check
Oscilloscope Check
TSCM-07 Wiretapping Techniques
Types
Series
Parallel
Inductive
Software
Countermeasures
Wire Tracing
DMM Voltage Test
Balance Line Test
Dry Line Test
TDR Test
Class of Service - Telco
Activated PBX Features
TSCM-08 Radio Frequency (RF) Transmission
RF Spectrum
Wave Propogation
Point Source
Directional
Attenuation
Modulation
Amplitude (AM)
Frequency (FM)
Digital (Pulse Code)
Bi-Phase
Antennas
TSCM-09 Types of RF Transmitters
Carrier Current
Subcarrier
Spread Spectrum
Frequency Hopping
Microwave
Infrared (IR)
Laser
Ultrasonic
Video - Sync Pulses
Burst
Chirps
TSCM-10 Remote Sound Pickoff
Window Pane
Room Objects
System Vulnerabilities
TSCM-11 The TSCM Inspection Process
Client/ Inspector Relationship
Physical & Environmental Indicators
The Physical Search
The Professional Sweep
Contingency Planning
TSCM Inspection Report
TSCM-12 Prevention
Secure Room Design
TSCM-13 CounterMeasure Concerns
Ethical
Legal
TSCM-14 Reference Resources
Statistical Data
Technical
Equipment Sources
Sources of Information
TSCM-15 Glossary of Terms
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