Event Schedule

UPDATED: March 16, 2020

CTSC 2020 is POSTPONED.  Please stay tuned for more information

 

Please note that the CTSC 2020 posted “Schedule of Events” is subject to amendment and change without notice as the event planning progresses, and various exhibitors, presenters and events are confirmed.

Travel Day | Monday March 30, 2020

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Monday
16:00-21:00

Exhibitor Setup Opportunity (Optional)

Registered CTSC 2020 exhibitors may setup display booths between 1600 – 2100 hours. The exhibit hall will be locked down at 2100 hours.

Please note that the accommodations check-in time is 1600 hours for those arriving the day before the conference.

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Monday
17:30-20:00

Dinner at NAV CENTRE

Reservations for CTSC 2020 accommodations must be booked directly with the venue NAV CENTRE; Dinner on March 30th is not part of the conference registration package.

Propeller Restaurant

Day 1 | Tuesday March 31, 2020

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Tuesday
06:45-08:00

Breakfast

Breakfast is available for registered guests at NAV CENTER as part of your overnight guest package.

Reservations for CTSC 2020 accommodations, must be booked directly with the venue NAV CENTRE and is not part of the conference registration package.

 

Propeller Restaurant
Tuesday
07:00-20:00

Exhibitor Setup

Exhibitors are required to arrive and setup exhibit booths displays between 0730 and 0800 hours.

The CTSC 2020 registration booth and the exhibit area will open to conference participants at 0800 hours sharp.

D214
Tuesday
08:00-08:30

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

Please attend the CTSC 2020 registration booth to pick-up your conference identification and participant package.

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Tuesday
08:30-08:35

Opening Remarks | CTSC 2020

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc. | CTSC 2020 Moderator Mark Hrabowsky | CD, TSS | BL∆KFX VP Electronic Security

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

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Session 1ATuesday
08:35-09:45

Conducting an Operator Assisted TSCM RF Inspection Protocol

This presentation takes the participant through the process of conducting a typical TSCM RF inspection protocol within an operator  defined target area. We are often asked how to best deploy the software in a variety of unique environments, best capture the ambient RF spectrum, and complete an analytical review of the data. The ability to deploy, capture, analyze and report are considered essential activities to protect your organization against liability in the event something is missed, over-looked, or was simply not present during the inspection, or was not physically discovered due to inactivity or physical inspection limitations imposed by the client, budget, or practical search limitations. Join us for a scenario based walk-though of a beginning to end RF inspection from deployment to report  generation.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

D214
Tuesday
09:45-10:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 2ATuesday
10:00-11:15

Advanced Radio Frequency Technologies: a Challenging Problem for the TSCM Community

The advanced radio frequency communications system concepts and technologies being developed for 5G phones, wireless local area networks, and the internet of things (IoT) have far reaching implications concerning security issues. One problem is that the implementations of these technologies often have security vulnerabilities that can be exploited to exfiltrate sensitive information. Another problem is that they can be exploited to implement sophisticated eavesdropping devices whose transmissions can be difficult to detect and identify in an increasingly complex and dense signal environment.  This presentation provides guidance to TSCM practitioners for understanding and countering future threat scenarios.

Presented by:
Robert Inkol

Robert Inkol

As a Defence Scientist with Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC), Robert was responsible for the technical leadership and management of electronic warfare related research projects and programs. In recognition of his contributions to DRDC, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal. After retiring as a Senior Scientist from DRDC, Mr. Inkol carried out technical investigations for MDA Corporation and became an Adjunct Professor at the Royal Military College.

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Tuesday
11:15-11:30

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 3ATuesday
11:30-12:30

Insecure by Design

Applying blanket mitigation strategies to unknown technical vulnerabilities and cybersecurity gaps is akin to hunting blind. Security programs have become conditioned to focus on layering packaged solutions and hoping they will overlap sufficiently to mitigate all possible gaps while existing vulnerabilities go unaddressed. Monitoring services are not a response for a poorly architected application, system or network, leading to misplaced confidence. A systemic culture of risk transfer strategies has left our intellectual and personal informational property open to hostile actors.

This presentation covers today’s cybersecurity realities, new types of internal threats, integrated vulnerabilities, and gaps in risk identification and mitigation application. It focuses on incorporating a proactive security approach at all stages of scaling and development to detect and reduce the loopholes that lead to information loss and compromise.

Presented by:
Diana Elkin

Diana Elkin, CSMP

Diana Elkin is a dynamic security leader and entrepreneur with nearly 20 years experience in the information technology, security and intelligence space. She has tackled a broad range of cybersecurity and physical security challenges over the span of her career, leveraging the unique approach developed through her diverse background.

Diana is the principal consultant and managing partner of Method Intelligence Ltd. She holds a Master’s degree in Intelligence Analysis and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She is a Certified Security Management Professional and also supports the trade by assessing future candidates.

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Tuesday
12:30-13:15

CTSC 2020 | Working Lunch

A working lunch will be served for CTSC 2020 participants, exhibitors, presenters and guests.

Please take this opportunity to view the exhibits and network with other conference participants over a casual working lunch.

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
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Session 4ATuesday
13:15-14:30

An Introduction to the Emerging 5G Evolution: A Technical Security Specialist's TSS Perspective

The uncertainty surrounding the emerging transformation of the existing 4G | LTE and WI-FI networks with massive new capabilities, such as the emerging DECT 6.0 | CAT IQ standard for VoIP, when combined with the massive rollout of 5G networks and millions of IOT devices has generated considerable concern within the technical security industry, for good reason!

Unfortunately, very few technical operators appreciate or understand the emerging nature and extent of the challenges soon to be realized.

5G and other related wireless communication technologies will have a profound impact on the ability to secure client facilities and critical national security infrastructure, with any high degree of confidence.

Existing wireless policies will basically will become an impossible task to enforce from a practical perspective.

This presentation will focus on the core need to know challenges from a TSCM perspective by providing, a non-technical review of the challenges associated with the emerging 5G capabilities.

  • Gain insight into the use of 5G technology operating totally outside of the licensed cellular spectrum.
  • Understand the implication of licensed wireless carriers utilizing the shared unlicensed ISM bands.
  • Develop an understanding of the emerging commercial, private use of LTE-U technology.
  • Learn about the 5G radio-frequency spectrum bands and understand the use of 5G within the 3G and 4G spectrum.
Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

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Tuesday
14:30-14:45

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 5ATuesday
14:45-15:45

Industrial Control Systems: the Next Battlefield

Industrial control systems (ICS) – including SCADA, DCS, and other process control networks – have
become increasingly Internet-facing, as the result of the merging of industrial and corporate networks.
At the same time, Industrial Control Systems are some of the most high-value targets for individual
and state- sponsored attackers. Consequently, Industrial Control Systems have been subjected to an
increased number of attacks by malicious actors with a wide range of motivations.

This presentation reviews the architectural aspects specific to Industrial Control Systems that are
critical for both the attackers and defenders of such systems. The main part of the presentation is dedicated to the review of major vulnerabilities and methods of attack on Industrial Control Systems. Focus is placed on the in-depth technical analysis of several attack types: sabotage, ransom, espionage, silent infiltration & installation of back
doors, and more. The most relevant recent attacks for each of the attack types are also highlighted. The current
trends observed in the field of ICS security are presented. The concrete defense strategies that can be implemented to neutralize the evolving cyber threats against Industrial Control Systems are presented in detail.

Presented by:
Corneliu Litu

Corneliu Nitu, Ph.D, CISSP

Corneliu Nitu is a computer security professional with extensive experience with the development of security solutions in several industry verticals: Manufacturing and Industrial Control Systems (ICS), IoT and Industrial IoT (IIoT), Telecommunication and IP Telephony, Health Information Management Systems.

With a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence, he has deep knowledge of intelligent technologies, which he applied in the development of cutting-edge products.  As a Security Researcher with Nokia’s Threat Intelligence Lab, he is responsible with the malware analysis, collection of threat intelligence and the research of the current trends in cyber security. He currently leads the efforts to develop strategies for the detection and prevention of attacks on IoT and Industrial Control Systems.

D214
Tuesday
15:45-16:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 6ATuesday
16:00-17:00

Situational Crime Prevention Versus Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

The presentation examines the theories of Situational Crime Prevent compared to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED).  Although they may share several of the same strategies, they are not the same.  The brief will discuss what comprises each theory and the different aspects that may be used in each of the approach’s to crime reduction and how they may be applied

Presented by:
Gary Dawson

Gary Dawson, BSc, MSc, CPP, PSP, PCIP

Gary served for 25 years and retired as a Major in the Canadian Army.  He held command and staff positions with postings in Germany, Canada and The Airborne Regiment as well as operational command roles in Somalia and Rwanda.  He has a degree in Electrical Engineering from Queen’s University and an MSc in Security and Risk Management from Leicester University UK.  As well, he is board certified in Security Management by ASIS International as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Professional in Critical Infrastructure Protection (PCIP). Gary worked for 12 years in Qatar where he was involved in major oil and gas projects and security management of several sites in Qatar.  While in Qatar, he also started and ran the security program for the Qatar Foundation a landmark education and Technology Park in Doha under the auspices of the Qatari Royal family.  Since returning to Canada he has been a security consultant and performed security assessments on various companies in the Ottawa area.  He was also the Security Specialist on the Critical Infrastructure Protection course run in Ottawa by the Critical Infrastructure Institute.  Gary returned to Qatar advising an Exxon Mobil joint venture from 2013-2015.  He has also been on contract in India consulting on security management, policies and performing risk assessments for a major Indian oil and gas company and Abu Dhabi for a cyber security company.  Gary is currently working in Petawawa as a Site Security Manager for a major DND project since 2017

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Tuesday
17:30-20:00

CTSC 2020 | Hospitality Night

Please join friends and business associates for a casual evening and networking event following the first day of the conference.  Enjoy our Hospitality Night with a selection of good food prepared by NAV Centre staff.

A cash bar is available.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Avro Banquet Room

Day 2 | Wednesday April 01, 2020

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Wednesday
06:45-08:00

Breakfast

Breakfast is available for registered guests at NAV CENTRE as part of your overnight guest package.

Reservations for CTSC 2020 accommodations, must be booked directly with the venue NAV CENTRE and is not part of the conference registration package.

Propeller Restaurant
Wednesday
07:00-08:00

Exhibitor Setup

Exhibitors are required to arrive and setup exhibit booths displays between 0730 and 0800 hours.

The CTSC 2020 registration booth and the exhibit area will open to conference participants at 0800 hours sharp.

D214
Wednesday
08:00-09:30

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

Please attend the CTSC 2020 registration booth to pick-up your conference identification and participant package.

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Session 7AWednesday
08:30-10:15

TBA

D214
Wednesday
10:15-10:30

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 8AWednesday
10:30-12:00

Drones: a New Security Threat

Drones of remarkable sophistication have become widely available as low cost consumer products. Although primarily used for recreational purposes, there are many potential applications of a less benign nature. For example, modern drones provide an unparalleled capability to unobtrusively position high performance video and audio sensors for illicit surveillance. They have also been used to deliver contraband to facilities such as prisons. More spectacularly, they can be used to effectively disrupt activities such as open air events or the operation of airports. Consequently, it is increasingly essential for security practitioners to be aware of their capabilities and to understand the approaches for their detection and neutralization.

Presented by:
Robert Inkol

Robert Inkol

As a Defence Scientist with Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC), Robert was responsible for the technical leadership and management of electronic warfare related research projects and programs. In recognition of his contributions to DRDC, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal. After retiring as a Senior Scientist from DRDC, Mr. Inkol carried out technical investigations for MDA Corporation and became an Adjunct Professor at the Royal Military College.

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Wednesday
12:00-12:45

CTSC 2020 | Working Lunch

A working lunch will be served for CTSC 2020 participants, exhibitors, presenters and guests.

Please take this opportunity to view the exhibits and network with other conference participants over a casual working lunch.

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
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Session 9AWednesday
12:45-13:45

15th Annual | CTSC 2020 "Bug-Off" | Expert Level

Although this session is open to all CTSC participants, it is designed for more advanced participants that understand the equipment resources, methods and techniques.

Participating in our competitive “Bug-Off” is an excellent way to extend your networking opportunity and perhaps gain valuable in-sight from other like-minded professional TSCM practitioners while enjoying a mildly entertaining and practical component of the conference, now 15 years in the running.

Our TSCM “Bug-off” provides a light-hearted competitive spirit and the opportunity to evaluate, and most importantly learn more about the professional level TSCM equipment resources supplied by various exhibitors and sponsoring participants.

The CTSC “Bug-off” is open to all conference participants for a chance to win prizes and personal recognition for elite standing.

Prizes, Awards, Peer Recognition, and Bragging Rights are just a few of the benefits for the participants of our TSCM competitive “Bug-off”.

The Office of Evil Intent, aka Paul D Turner, TSS TSI and Andrzej Wolczanski, TSS have spent the previous year plotting and planning challenging methods and real-world compromises for this year’s event.

Presented by:
Andrzej Wojczanski

Andrzej Wolczanski, TSS

Andrzej is part of the Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., management team and is a graduate of the Technical Security Specialist (TSS) Designate Certification program, providing advanced instructional support for the Kestrel TSCM ® Professional Software, travelling in a support role for our Technical Operator Certification, and various familiarization training programs under the banner of professional development, and certification programs at our Resident Training Centre (RTC) in Eastern Ontario and for clients worldwide.

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Session 9BWednesday
12:45-13:45

Bug-Off Primer

This talk will provide some tips and tricks to help prepare first-timers, or those who need a refresher, for the Introductory Bug-Off session.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

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Session 10AWednesday
13:45-14:45

15th Annual CTSC 2020 "Bug-Off" | Introductory Level

This session is open to all CTSC participants, but is designed for less experienced participants that perhaps do not understand the equipment resources, methods and techniques.

Participating in our competitive “Bug-Off” is an excellent way to extend your networking opportunity and perhaps gain valuable in-sight from other like-minded professional TSCM practitioners while enjoying a mildly entertaining and practical component of the conference, now 15 years in the running.

Our TSCM “Bug-off” provides a light-hearted competitive spirit and the opportunity to evaluate, and most importantly learn more about the professional level TSCM equipment resources supplied by various exhibitors and sponsoring participants.

The CTSC “Bug-off” is open to all conference participants for a chance to win prizes and personal recognition for elite standing.

Prizes, Awards, Peer Recognition, and Bragging Rights are just a few of the benefits for the participants of our TSCM competitive “Bug-off”.

The Office of Evil Intent, aka Paul D Turner, TSS TSI and Andrzej Wolczanski, TSS have spent the previous year plotting and planning challenging methods and real-world compromises for this year’s event.

Presented by:
Andrzej Wojczanski

Andrzej Wolczanski, TSS

Andrzej is part of the Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., management team and is a graduate of the Technical Security Specialist (TSS) Designate Certification program, providing advanced instructional support for the Kestrel TSCM ® Professional Software, travelling in a support role for our Technical Operator Certification, and various familiarization training programs under the banner of professional development, and certification programs at our Resident Training Centre (RTC) in Eastern Ontario and for clients worldwide.

C214
Wednesday
14:45-15:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 11AWednesday
15:00-16:30

Advanced Power Line Analytics in a Modern Moving Target Threat Model

The importance of completing an examination of the target area electrical power grid can not be overstated as an essential analytical practice within a TSCM role. This protocol is generally over-looked as too complex, or simply not practical for many reasons including electrical safety concerns by technical operators, as well as a lack of realistic equipment resources and a general lack of understanding as to the significance and threat present relative to unintentional radiators and by design Technical Surveillance Devices (TSD) connected to the electrical power grid and other conductive wiring paths.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

D214
Wednesday
15:30-16:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
D214
Session 12AWednesday
16:00-17:00

TBA

D214
Wednesday
18:00-22:00

CTSC 2020 | Casual Dinner & Awards Night

Join us for a casual, relaxing, and always entertaining Dinner and Awards Night event.  Enjoy a catered dinner prepared by the chef and staff of the NAV CENTRE. The evening rounds out with our Keynote speaker and a networking opportunity with like-minded industry leaders in TSCM and Cyber-Security disciplines.

A cash bar is available.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Avro Banquet Room
Session KeynoteWednesday
19:00-20:30

KEYNOTE : TBA

Avro Banquet Room
Wednesday
20:30-21:00

Industry Awards | Bug-Off Awards | Door Prizes

Join us for a casual, relaxing, and always entertaining Dinner and Awards Night event.  Enjoy a catered dinner prepared by the chef and staff of the NAV CENTRE. The evening rounds out with our Keynote speaker and a networking opportunity with like-minded industry leaders in TSCM and Cyber-Security disciplines.

A cash bar is available.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Avro Banquet Room
Wednesday
21:00-22:00

Networking Opportunity

Upon completion of the CTSC 2020 Dinner & Awards night festivities there will be an informal networking opportunity rounding our the evening.

This is an excellent opportunity for exhibitors, sponsors and participants and CTSC 2020 guests to socialize and network.

Avro Banquet Room

Day 3 | Thursday April 02, 2020

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Thursday
06:45-08:00

Breakfast

Breakfast is available for registered guests at NAV CENTRE as part of your overnight guest package.

Propeller Restaurant
Thursday
07:00-08:00

Exhibitor Setup

Exhibitors are required to arrive and setup exhibit booths displays between 0730 and 0800 hours.

The CTSC 2020 registration booth and the exhibit area will open to conference participants at 0800 hours sharp.

D214
Thursday
08:00-08:30

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

Please attend the CTSC 2020 registration booth to pick-up your conference identification and participant package.

D214
Session 13AThursday
08:30-09:45

TBA

D214
Thursday
09:45-10:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 14AThursday
10:00-11:00

TBA

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Session 15AThursday
11:00-12:00

TSCM Technical Workshop | Part I: Developments in Software Defined Radio (SDR) Hardware and System Platforms

Recent developments in advanced high-speed Software Defined Radio hardware has transformed and shaped the TSCM industry with a focus on Probability of Intercept (POI) and Probability of Detection (POD), based on a Modern Moving Target Threat Model as defined by the TSB 2000 (Technical) Standard ™ that is understood by few manufacturers and technical operators alike.

This presentation will review the core concepts of recent hardware developments and introduce the latest TSCM | SIGINT tactical deployment platforms and the specialized new technology resources.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

D214
Thursday
12:00-12:45

CTSC 2020 | Working Lunch

A working lunch will be served for CTSC 2020 participants, exhibitors, presenters and guests.

Please take this opportunity to view the exhibits and network with other conference participants over a casual working lunch.

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
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Session 16AThursday
12:45-13:45

Location Differential Signal Analysis (LDSA) TM | A Geo-Location Heat Mapping Perspective

This session introduces the participant to a new technology standards-based geo-location heat mapping process that is fully integrated within the Kestrel TSCM® Professional Software.

The LDSA TM feature serves as a powerful platform utilized by the technical operator to dynamically visualize multiple location spectrum data sets and display the result on an analytical heat map overlay with propagtion modeling.

This feature is standard within the software application and can be deployed with both the LDSA TM and RDSA TM resources.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

D214
Thursday
13:45-14:00

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 17AThursday
14:00-15:15

Tap Capture Plot (TCP) TM | Generational Geo-Location Heat Mapping

The age old question – If we could just see radio signals as they travelled from the transmitter to the receiver within a free space environment, it would be a really easy task to locate hostile RF based threats.

The theoretical and practical physics behind RF propagation within the electro-magnetic spectrum can be mathematically and algorithmically rendered with great accuracy when scientific principles are applied to real-world metrics captured through the TSCM process in an operator assisted role.

The release of the Tap Capture Plot (TCP) TM feature within the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software has revolutionized practical signal visualization with a powerful RF Visualizer (RFV) TM technology that enhances signal visualization, defines propagation, and brings focus to operator analytics and Signal of Interest (SOI) localization.

Join Paul for a practical demonstration of the TCP TM feature and learn about the many advantages of deploying the TCP TM feature within a TSCM role, and become a spectrum warrior.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

D214
Thursday
15:15-15:30

CTSC 2020 | Refreshment Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
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Session 18AThursday
15:30-16:15

Dynamic Trace Autonomous Platform (DTAP-GPS) TM | Advanced Heat Mapping and RF Surveillance Resource

This presentation takes participants beyond generational barriers into a fully autonomous geo-location heat mapping platform that is literally out of this world. DTAP-GPS TM takes the geo-location heat mapping process to a entirely new level with powerful new resources for law-enforcement, government, military, and the national security apparatus.

The DTAP-GPS TM system is specifically designed for backpack (portable), vehicle (mobile), aeronautical and space applications on an aircraft, UAV or spacecraft.

Join Paul and explore this unique new TSCM | SIGINT capability and learn about this powerful new methodology and gain insight into powerful new terminology such as the Functional Target Area (FTA) TM representative of a modern moving target threat model described as the symbiotic distance-focused auto locations that are uniformly and equally spaced across the entire internal occupied target area and by means of a baseline external perimeter reference capture surrounding and adjacent to the target area to the extent of any significant ambient RF influence relative to propagation modeling.

The FTA TM is always larger than the target area and is a key factor in the analytical interpretation of a geo-location heat map.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

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Thursday
16:15-16:30

CTSC 2020 | Closing Remarks

This presentation takes participants beyond generational barriers into a fully autonomous geo-location heat mapping platform that is literally out of this world. DTAP TM takes the heat mapping process to a entirely new level with powerful new resources for law-enforcement, government, military, and the national security apparatus. The system is specifically designed for backpack, mobile, aeronautical and space applications and may be deployed on a UAV or other air or spacecraft.

Presented by:
Paul D. Turner

Paul D Turner, TSS, TSI

Paul is the President | CEO of Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and is a TSB certified Technical Security Specialist (TSS) and Technical Security Instructor (TSI) with 40 years of direct experience providing TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI professional services. Paul has a quarter century of practical experience working as a professional investigator, and six (6) years as group leader, providing high risk VIP protection and technical intelligence support, for high profile entities and clients.

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