15th Annual CTSC 2020 | TSCM “Bug-Off”

15th Annual CTSC 2020 | TSCM "Bug-Off"

Our TSCM competitive “Bug-Off” is an excellent way to network and learn from other like-minded professional TSCM operators while participating in a mildly entertaining and competitive practical component of the conference agenda.

Our previous competitive “Bug-Off” events were an outstanding success and provided an excellent opportunity for a light-hearted competitive sprit during the conference. The “Bug-off” is open to all conference participants who wish to participate for a chance to win a host of prizes and perhaps most importantly, bragging rights.

The individual that has identified accurately the most technical threats will be deemed the 1st prize winner, and so with the 2nd and 3rd prizes. Seasoned TSCM technical operators and those who are new to the Technical Security (TSEC) industry will utilize whatever equipment they normally use on the job or may utilize the various supplied equipment resources available on-site.

This event gives attending equipment manufacturers an opportunity to get their respective products into the hands of potential customers. The individual will be provided with a time based assignment to be completed and submitted to the conference committee for evaluation.

Prizes, Awards, Peer Recognition, and Bragging Rights are just a few of the benefits for participants of our 15th annual TSCM “Bug-off”. The TSB “Office of Evil Intent” is eagerly looking forward to our 14th annual competitive “Bug-off” and the brave few that are prepared to accept the ultimate challenge.

As usual the “Office of Evil Intent” (aka Andrzej Wolczanski and Paul D Turner) will be designing a challenging experience for all those who dare to choose to participant in this year’s competitive event.

CTSC 2020 "Bug-Off" Prizes

CTSC 2020 will award a variety of prizes to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners based on a combination of each individual participant’s actual results in properly detecting and identifying a host of Technical Surveillance Devices (TSD) and Technical Security Hazards (TSH) during his / her inspection of the target area.

The results and awards will be announced during the Dinner and Awards event on the evening of the second day of the conference. All CTSC 2020 registered participants are welcome to sign-up and actively participant in this years event. We are also pleased to recognize the sponsors of this year’s competitive “Bug-Off” who have donated prizes to make this event a tremendous success.

Please note that prizes have no cash redeemable value.

“Bug-Off” 1st Prize (TBA)
1st Prize

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Sponsor

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Description
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“Bug-Off” 2nd Prize ($465.00 CAD Value)
2nd Prize

FLIR TG165 | IR Imaging Camera

Sponsor

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.

Description

See the Heat! The FLIR TG165 Imaging Camera lets you see heat patterns, reliably measure temperatures, and store images and data. This is an entry level TSCM resources that is useful for detecting hidden camera and other tell tale signs of the possible presence of technical surveillance devices.

 

“Bug-Off” 3rd Prize (TBA)
3rd Prize

TBA
Sponsor

Professional Development TSCM Group Inc.
Description
TBA