Event Schedule

Travel Day | Monday April 22, 2024

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

Exhibitor Setup Opportunity (Optional)

Registered CTSC 2024 exhibitors may setup display booths between 16:00 – 21:00 hours. The exhibit hall will be locked down at 21:00 hours.

DTC 234

Day 1 | Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Tuesday
08:00-08:30

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

The CTSC 2024 Registration Booth and Exhibit Area will open to conference participants beginning at 08:00 hours.

DTC 234
Tuesday
08:30-08:50

Opening Remarks | CTSC 2024 Theme: Technical Security Countermeasures in a World of Technological Discontinuities and Disruptive Innovations

Introducing CTSC 2024. How technology and new methodology have impacted and changed the technical security industry.

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 45 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.

DTC 234
Tuesday
08:50-09:00

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 1ATuesday
09:00-10:30

TSCM: Past and Present | Part 1

Paul and Rebecca have considerable experience with a wide range of legacy TSCM resources and will discuss modern standards-based SDR and RTSA hardware. The presentation will highlight how the past decade of hardware innovation, and an evolving competitive market, have changed the technical security industry for the better in moving past obsolete cold war era thinking that was such a part of the early days of TSCM hardware options. Paul will review what worked in the past and take us to where we are today. You will have a chance to see and hear about historical equipment, as well learn about new resources of today! The discussion will round out with a look to the future of TSCM.

Interactive Audience Participation Welcome!

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 45 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.

Rebecca Kairouz

Rebecca Kairouz, CTO, TSI

Rebecca is the CEO of Vilution Ltd, a business management consultancy firm that supports SMEs in the UK and worldwide to develop, network and pioneer in their niche market.

Rebecca has a demonstrated history of working in the defence and security industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Tendering, Project Management, strong Business Development professional, Field Installation, and Security Training.

DTC 234
Tuesday
10:30-10:40

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 2ATuesday
10:40-12:00

TSCM: Present and Future | Part II

Paul and Rebecca have considerable experience with a wide range of legacy TSCM resources and will discuss modern standards-based SDR and RTSA hardware. The presentation will highlight how the past decade of hardware innovation, and an evolving competitive market, have changed the technical security industry for the better in moving past obsolete cold war era thinking that was such a part of the early days of TSCM hardware options. Paul will review what worked in the past and take us to where we are today. You will have a chance to see and hear about historical equipment, as well learn about new resources of today! The discussion will round out with a look to the future of TSCM.

Interactive Audience Participation Welcome!

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 45 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.

Rebecca Kairouz

Rebecca Kairouz, CTO, TSI

Rebecca is the CEO of Vilution Ltd, a business management consultancy firm that supports SMEs in the UK and worldwide to develop, network and pioneer in their niche market.

Rebecca has a demonstrated history of working in the defence and security industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Tendering, Project Management, strong Business Development professional, Field Installation, and Security Training.

DTC 234
Tuesday
12:00-12:45

Lunch

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
DTC 234
Session 3ATuesday
12:45-14:10

AI: Bridging the Physical and Technical Realms

Attendees will be offered a unique and insightful exploration into the practical applications of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM), with a focus on both traditional methodologies and the innovative integration of network TSCM using Artificial Intelligence (AI). This session aims to demystify the complexities surrounding the detection and neutralization of electronic surveillance devices and network vulnerabilities. By leveraging AI technologies, the presentation will highlight how advanced algorithms and machine learning can enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of TSCM operations. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the current landscape and future directions in surveillance countermeasures, equipping them with the knowledge to better protect their clients’ privacy and security in an increasingly digital world.

Presented by:

Dale Jackaman

Mr. Jackaman is a seasoned expert with a rich and varied professional background. As a licensed private investigator and security consultant, he excels in internal cybersecurity investigations, as well as civil and criminal probes, digital forensics, and technical surveillance countermeasures. His expertise is not limited to the detection of electronic eavesdropping devices but also includes the nuanced art of identifying and capturing espionage agents. He is adept at conducting covert operations, interviewing suspects and witnesses, and assuming high-level corporate responsibilities, notably serving as the Director of Information Systems at BC Research at UBC. Mr. Jackaman’s educational background in digital forensics is solid, with a specialization in the Computer Crime Option from the BCIT Forensic Sciences Program. He has been deeply involved in radio communications and electronics, holding an advanced amateur experimental radio license since 1973. His early career was marked by dedicated service in the Canadian Armed Forces Signals Corps from 1978 to 1983, completing three active tours of duty in the Middle East. Since 2005, Mr. Jackaman has led Amuleta Computer Security Inc., a firm specializing in high-tech criminal and civil investigations. His leadership underscores his dedication to leveraging cutting-edge technology, including artificial intelligence, to enhance security and investigative efforts.

DTC 234
Tuesday
14:10-14:20

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 4ATuesday
14:20-15:20

Threats from Drones

Len Babin, CPP, as an experienced drone pilot and security consultant, will discuss how drones, armed with new technology, are increasingly being used in strategic and innovative ways. Drones are not only making it safer and more efficient to examine remote locations but also are changing the threat landscape for security applications and in warfare. We are seeing more and more consumer drones used in warfare and making a difference.  Drones in law enforcement are becoming serious tools in hostage takings and barricaded persons events.  We are even seeing sea drones make a difference in the Russia-Ukraine war and the Houthi attacks in the Persian Gulf.

Len will review Canadian rules and regulations regarding drone use and will provide a sampling of the myriad types of drones available on the market.  He will look at their vulnerabilities when being used in warfare and law enforcement and review drone-related privacy issues. He will have a drone on hand for participants to observe

Presented by:

Len Babin, CPP, ABSP

Mr. Babin is a Calgary-based, executive-level security leader with a successful career as a security consultant, Director of Security of a provincial electricity company and a Superintendent in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). He specializes in designing and fine-tuning corporate security frameworks, delivering elaborate threat and risk assessments, and domestic and international security training.  He has been the Director of Security of a provincial electric system operator where he designed and initiated a threat and risk assessment on the provincial power grid, led the delivery of a comprehensive corporate security framework and was one of the drafters of the Critical Infrastructure Protection standards for the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC).  He was a police executive at the rank of Superintendent in the RCMP with over 30 years’ experience and a multi-faceted career of criminal operations, technology, training, and asset protection.  He is VIP trained and has led the delivery of security measures for Canadian Prime Ministers and other dignitaries.

He has performed threat assessments for the past 19 years on a variety of commercial, private, government and public sites in domestic and foreign venues.  He has lectured on Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) at Algonquin College, Ottawa, Canada and performed TRAs for premier clients such as nuclear production facilities, the House of Commons, the Senate and the Supreme Court of Canada.  He is fluent in English, French, and Spanish.  He is board-certified in security management by ASIS International and holds a consulting license of the Quebec Private Security Bureau.  He holds current, federal-government, high-level security clearances.

DTC 234
Tuesday
15:20-15:30

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 5ATuesday
15:30-16:30

Bug-Off Primer

In preparation for the all-day Bug-Off practical hands-on participation and competition, John will take conference participants through the typical process and resources needed to undertake a competent technical security inspection.

John, will also host an interactive question and answer session and provide tips and tricks to help prepare those who perhaps, are not technical operators, or those who would like a short refresher, for the Bug-Off session 8A.

Seasoned professionals are also welcome to join the discussion and may offer tips or advice either about TSCM inspections and/or the equipment utilized.

Learn about the equipment and more importantly, how to interpret the results.

Presented by:
John A. Price

John A. Price, CPP, CRM

John has been involved in the security industry since 1987, working in various positions including Security Director, Edmonton Conference Centre and Edmonton Tourism, Alberta Solicitor General Protective Services Operations, Government of Alberta, Corporate Security Advisor to the City of Edmonton, for multiple departments, and since 2001 as a managing partner of Price-Langevin and Associates Inc. John specializes in the design and implementation of physical and technical security protective systems, specifically designing systems for corporate operations, government officials and politicians.

DTC 234
Tuesday
16:30-16:45

Q & A Opportunity | Daily Reminders and Announcements

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc. | CTSC 2024 Moderator

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 45 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.

DTC 234
Tuesday
17:30-21:00

CTSC 2024 | 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.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Vilution Limited (UK)
DTC 234

Day 2 | Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Date & TimeEvent DescriptionLocation
Wednesday
08:00-08:30

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

The CTSC 2024 Registration Booth and Exhibit Area will open to conference participants beginning at 08:00 hours.

DTC 234
Session 6AWednesday
08:30-10:20

The Sensitivity of Radio Frequency Receiving Systems and Implications for TSCM

The sensitivity of radio frequency receiving systems is a key determinant of their ability to detect signals of interest from a transmitter located at a given distance. With modern software defined radios (SDRs), there are many factors that affect the usable sensitivity, particularly frequency resolution settings. Since short range systems, such as Bluetooth and many Internet of Things devices, can operate at low power levels, it is important to understand the capabilities and limitations of typical TSCM receivers if they are to be used to full advantage.

Presented by:
Robert Inkol

Robert Inkol, BSc, MASc

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.

DTC 234
Wednesday
10:20-10:30

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 7AWednesday
10:30-12:00

Synergies between IT Penetration Testing and Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM)

As an IT penetration tester, JJ Giner, will highlight the intersections between IT
security and technical surveillance countermeasures. This presentation will emphasize the importance of integrating both disciplines to create a robust security strategy

Presented by:

JJ Giner

JJ Giner is a seasoned cybersecurity expert with extensive experience in offensive security. In his role as a penetration tester, JJ excels at identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities in clients’ systems to assess their security posture. With a profound understanding of hacking techniques and methodologies, JJ effectively simulates real-world cyber attacks to assist organizations in fortifying their defenses. JJ’s proficiency extends to conducting thorough security assessments, ethical hacking, and delivering actionable recommendations to mitigate risks. With a strong passion for cybersecurity, JJ is committed to staying abreast of emerging threats and continuously enhancing security practices

DTC 234
Wednesday
12:00-12:45

Lunch

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
DTC 234
Session 8AWednesday
09:30-16:30

CTSC 2024 "Bug-Off"

This is a day-long concurrent session, mainly designed for experienced operators. The new schedule is flexible enough to allow participants more time for the exercise as well as providing opportunities to take in some simultaneous conference presentations, should they wish.

Not sure? Consider sitting in on session 5A | Bug-Off Primer.

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.

Participating in our competitive “Bug-Off” is an excellent way to extend your networking opportunities and gain valuable in-sight from other like-minded professional TSCM practitioners while enjoying a mildly entertaining and practical component of the conference, now 16 years in the running.

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.

Don’t worry, we’re not going to make you go hungry as well. Participants may break for lunch at 12:00

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.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
DTC 218
Session 9AWednesday
12:45-13:45

AI Functions in the Danger Zone: the Ultimate Surveillance Amplification Toolkit: How the TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI Sectors can Disrupt AI Based Espionage & Surveillance

This presentation will explore how the TSEC, TSCM, ECM, COMSEC and CI Sectors can disrupt AI based espionage & surveillance.  It will provide an overview of AI functions in the danger zone including:

  • data analysis and pattern recognition;
  • facial recognition;
  • natural language processing (NLP);
  • predictive analytics, integration and automation;
  • anomaly detection;
  • drone and autonomous vehicle surveillance;
  • deepfakes; and
  • synthetic media.

 

 

Presented by:
John B. Minor

John B. Minor, Subject Matter Expert in Federal and State Courts, DCOE, CSA, CSE, CCE

 

John B. Minor is an independent researcher, author, analyst and inventor with diverse interests in communications technology companies and public service, having served in corporate and government leadership roles. He is a senior lifetime member of IEEE Communications, Antennas and Propagation, Photonics and Intelligent Transportation Systems Societies, a member of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E30 Forensics standards group, and a member of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

DTC 234
Wednesday
13:45-14:00

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 10AWednesday
14:00-14:50

Defensive TSCM vs Offensive Threat Actors | Unclassified Briefing

Christophe will present a technical overview and highlight the crossover between offensive threat actor trade-craft vs defensive TSCM considerations and how such experienced-based knowledge, has significantly improved the probability of detection.

Presented by:
Christophe Camus

Christophe Camus, CTO, TSI

Christophe is President of Réactive Solutions Armée Sécurité (RSAS). RSAS is a veteran owned business providing specialized in-house system design to government entities

DTC 234
Wednesday
14:50-15:00

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 11AWednesday
15:00-16:00

Principles of War Applied to Security Planning and Operations. Do they apply?

The presentation asks if the Principles of War are applicable to security planning.  Using risk analysis to select the Aim of your security program, can the Principles of War inform a Security Plan?  The concepts of Deter, Detect, Delay and Respond are applicable to security planning however they do not necessarily encompass all elements of the security plan.  The brief will discuss what comprises the Principles of War and their application to a Security Plan or crime reduction program

Presented by:
Gary Dawson

Gary Dawson, MSc, CPP, PSP, PCIP

Gary Dawson 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). He 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 having 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.  He returned to Qatar advising an Exxon Mobil joint venture from 2013-2015.  As well he has 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.  He completed a 4-year contract in Petawawa as a Site Security Manager for a major DND project from 2017-2021 and is currently consulting on two other DND projects.

DTC 234
Wednesday
16:00-16:10

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 12AWednesday
16:10-17:10

How Vulnerable is your TSCM to GPS Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)?

Ken will discuss the growing proliferation of GPS jammers and spoofing over the past two decades and highlight the vulnerabilities to sectors of the national infrastructure from GPS RFI following a brief review of the GPS system and satellite signals. Recognizing a need for low-cost (under $250 USD) GPS RFI emulation for training and education as well as research and testing, he will share the research results using Analog Devices ADF4351 wideband RF synthesizers mixed with signals from a low-cost Direct Digital Synthesis FeelTech FY6300 Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator. A Ublox GNSS receiver was used to compare the impact of various emulated RFI signals which the TSCM researcher can further explore. Given that the ADF4351 RF synthesizer covers the RF spectrum of 35-4400 MHz, developers of TSCM systems maybe interested in using this hardware for other areas of research and testing.

Presented by:

Kenneth Johnston, CD, BSc, MSc

Ken Johnston retired in 2014 from the Royal Canadian Air Force after 36 years of service. Following graduation from the US Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton, Ohio in 1999, he was assigned to the Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Studies in Winnipeg, MB where he spent five years as a Space and GPS instructor.  Between 2004-2007 he was assigned to DND’s Sapphire Space Surveillance team.  In 2009 Ken was seconded to the US Joint Navigation Warfare Center (JNWC) at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico as a GPS analyst where he was involved in GPS jamming trials at several military test ranges in the US, Norway and Canada. He has been the president of KTEQ GEOSPACE since 2015 specializing in GPS interference research.

DTC 234
Wednesday
17:10-17:15

Q & A Opportunity | Daily Reminders and Announcements

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 45 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.

DTC 234
Wednesday
17:45-21:30

CTSC 2024 | Casual Dinner & Awards Night

Join us for a casual, relaxing, and always entertaining Dinner and Awards Night event. The evening rounds out with our Keynote speaker and a networking opportunity with like-minded industry leaders in TSCM and Cyber-Security disciplines.

A causal sit-down dinner will be served promptly at 18:15

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Vilution Limited (UK)
DTC TBD
Session KeynoteWednesday
19:00-20:30

A Review of GUNMAN: The IBM Selectric II | III typewriter Espionage Case

The CTSC 2024 Key Note presentation is a review of the much celebrated and talked about state-sponsored espionage case and general discussion of related espionage techniques.

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 45 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.

TBD
Wednesday
20:30-21:00

Industry Awards | Bug-Off Awards | Antenna Design Awards | Door Prizes

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
TBD
Wednesday
21:00-21:30

Networking Opportunity

Upon completion of the CTSC 2024 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 2024 guests to socialize and network.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
TBD

Day 3 | Thursday, April 25, 2024

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

Participant | Exhibitor | Presenter Registration

The CTSC 2024 Registration Booth and Exhibit Area will open to conference participants beginning at 08:00 hours.

DTC 234
Session 13AThursday
08:30-09:50

5G Advanced NR (New Radio) Security GAP Analysis & The Technology Gain-of-Function Curve

John Minor will discuss the following topics related to 5G and how to bring threat profiling gap analysis opportunities to Technical Surveillance Counter Measures (TSCM):

  • the Mobile Network Operator Gain-of-Function Curve
  • 5G Advanced NR Network Slicing Security Architecture, and
  • developing new standards including Delay Tolerant Network Protocols.
Presented by:
John B. Minor

John B. Minor, Subject Matter Expert in Federal and State Courts, DCOE, CSA, CSE, CCE

 

John B. Minor is an independent researcher, author, analyst and inventor with diverse interests in communications technology companies and public service, having served in corporate and government leadership roles. He is a senior lifetime member of IEEE Communications, Antennas and Propagation, Photonics and Intelligent Transportation Systems Societies, a member of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E30 Forensics standards group, and a member of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

DTC 234
Thursday
09:50-10:00

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 14AThursday
10:00-10:50

Protection in Depth: Elevating Your Cybersecurity Game

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.

DTC 234
Thursday
10:50-11:00

Break

Sponsored by:
Price Langevin Technical Security
DTC 234
Session 15AThursday
11:00-12:00

The Use of Dimensional Geo-Location Heat Mapping in TSCM | A Standards-Based Approach

Vilution Limited (United Kingdom) www.vilution.co.uk

Christophe will present a technical overview and live demonstration of the total energy capture process as it relates to dimensional geo-location heat mapping, as a modern, operator-centric standards-based TSCM capability, and examine how Total Energy Capture (TEC) has changed the way TSCM is conducted by the spectrum warrior.

Rebecca Kairouz, is the Director of Vilution Limited (UK), and is our master distribution partner in the United Kingdom, European Union, and Middle East. Rebecca was unable to attend this years conference event and Christophe will present this important milestone technology in her place. Christophe is certified as a Technical Security Instructor (TSI) by Professional Development TSCM Group Inc. and is a Certified Technical Operator (CTO).

Presented by:
Christophe Camus

Christophe Camus, CTO, TSI

Christophe is President of Réactive Solutions Armée Sécurité (RSAS). RSAS is a veteran owned business providing specialized in-house system design to government entities

DTC 234
Thursday
12:00-12:45

Lunch

Sponsored by:
Comsec Global Counterespionage Specialists
DTC 234
Session 16AThursday
12:45-15:45

Technical Security Branch (TSB) Technical Workshop

Our professional development qualifying technical workshop is an extension component of our Certified Technical Operator (CTO) and Certified Government Technical Operator (CGTO) imbedded programs as part of the Technical Security Specialist (TSS) Designate Certification Program. This year, our TSS program is scheduled for the week leading up to CTSC 2024, and continuing at the Red Deer Training Centre (RDTC) the week following the conference.

The ability to continue with enhanced training during the conference adds significant added value to our standards-based program format.

Our technical workshop is open to all CTSC 2024 participants that wish to enhance their knowledge of unique subject matter training that is simply not available by any other provider.

Our technical workshop will tackle advanced elements of three (3) essential TSCM topics delivered by our certified Technical Security Instructors (TSI):

  • Electro-Magnetic Spectrum
  • Understanding Power Line Vulnerabilities
  • Advanced Optical Detection and Analytics
  • Managing Professional Liability at the Deployment Level
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 45 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.

Sponsored by:
Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
DTC 234
Thursday
15:45-16:00

CTSC 2024 | Closing Remarks

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc. | CTSC 2024 Moderator

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 45 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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