TSCM's basic course in electronic eavesdropping countermeasures, presented since 1998, is suitable for the individual who has no or little previous experience in technical surveillance countermeasures.
The 90-hour course is presented over 10 working days. The course has been designed to allow prospective technical surveillance countermeasures practitioners to develop the necessary basic knowledge and skill to provide countermeasures services and consultation for their companies.
The course is endorsed by CASA and recorded at the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The course will introduce the attendee to the technical and real-life status of current eavesdropping threats and ways to detect and counter them.
All phases of electronic countermeasures are covered and hands-on experience is acquired through the use of various manufacturers' equipment.
At the completion of the course the attendee will be able to:
* Analyse electronic vulnerabilities in office and residential environments.
* Evaluate equipment performance and make informed purchasing decisions.
* Be able to select and appoint outside technical surveillance countermeasures consultants.
* Perform electronic eavesdropping surveys (sweeps) and advise management/clients/customers regarding technical counter-measures services, policies and procedures.
You should consider attending this course if you are:
* Responsible for the protection of information.
* Offering technical surveillance countermeasures services.
* Employ or sub-contract technical surveillance countermeasures service providers.
* Responsible for risk or loss control functions in your company.
* Are interested to learn more about this specialised field.
Two courses are scheduled for 2004. The course dates are 8-19 March and 5-16 July 2004. The courses are presented at the Buffelspoort Conference Centre, Marikana.
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