LEVEL 3 COURSES
Bellow you will find the list of level 3 courses available at the moment.
Note: Training begins at 8:30 a.m. CST and typically ends at 4:30 p.m.
This five-day course provides one and a half days of refresher training on the OSCOR Spectrum Analyzer, ORION Non-Linear Junction Detector, REI broadband receiver, and two and half days of pass/fail certification testing. The final day is reserved for retraining and retesting advanced concepts of RF analysis equipment.
Upon successful completion of the testing, students will be granted R.E.C. (REI Equipment Certified) credentials including a certificate. The R.E.C. credentials will be valid for one-full-year. This course is designed for the advanced TSCM professional. To maintain high teaching standards and to ensure an optimal learning environment, these courses will have limited seating.
Testing will be conducted to determine student skill levels on use of:
OSCOR Spectrum Analyzer
ORION Non-Linear Junction Detector
CPM-700 Countersurveillance Probe/Monitor
This course will introduce students to the emerging technology of VoIP from a counter surveillance perspective. Students will gain an understanding of VoIP network hardware and software basics. While the focus will be on testing the characteristics of a network to determine potential threats and vulnerabilities, students will use additional hardware and software solutions to capture and analyze multiple types of network traffic.
Advanced TALAN tests on a VoIP network
Telephony and data wiring standards
Power over Ethernet
Circuit and packet switched networks
The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model
Elements of a VoIP network
Threats to a VoIP system
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Capturing VoIP traffic with the TALAN
Analyzing VoIP traffic
Wireshark Network Protocol Analyzer
This five-day digital telephone course provides one and a half days of refresher training on the TALAN Telephone and Line Analyzer and two and a half days of pass/fail certification testing. The last day is reserved for retraining and retesting advanced concepts of the TALAN.
Upon successful completion of the testing, students will be granted R.E.C. (REI Equipment Certified) credentials including a certificate. The R.E.C. credentials will be valid for one-full-year. To maintain high teaching standards and to ensure an optimal learning environment, this course will have limited seating.
The TALAN Certification Course includes a written test, as well as the following hands-on operational tests:
DMM (digital multimeter)
Telephone Unit Test
Overview TALAN VoIP capabilities
Line NLJD test
Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR) test
Line tracer test
ADVANCED EQUIPMENT USE
The five-day Advanced Equipment Use course further develops equipment operators’ TSCM skills with a wide variety of equipment. This class includes one day of equipment review and advanced TSCM concepts training followed by an elaborate multiple day exercise that focuses on procedures and concepts that test students’ ability to deploy equipment effectively.
TSCM equipment review including OSCOR, ORION NLJD, TALAN, CPM-700, and CMA-100 Amplifier, Voltmeter
Sweep concepts review including threat assessment
Stages of a TSCM sweep from RF to physical search techniques
Developing a TSCM sweep plan
In depth, multi-day sweep exercise with various threat and vulnerability types