“Cornwall Ontario Canada – The Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and the Technical Security Branch (TSB) are pleased to announce the 5th annual three (3) day, Canadian Technical Security Conference (CTSC).
CTSC 2010 is primarily sponsored by Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., and the Technical Security Branch (TSB). Various components of the annual event are also supported by a number of industry related corporate sponsors.
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM), Technical Security (TS) and Communication Security (COMSEC), are perhaps the fastest changing industries from a technological point of view, as technology advancements and new hostile threats such as terrorism and economic espionage have emerged and are identified on a daily basis.
On another level the speed that once previous government / military level technology is seen to hit the consumer market; oftentimes within weeks or months; rather than the many years, as observed in the past has created an entire new level of hostile technological threats to the security posture of nearly every business and individual in Canada.
The TSB recognized this problem nearly twenty-five (25) years ago and has been actively engaged in the development of both operational and advanced training research and development activities that have lead to the creation and development of the Canadian Technical Security Conference (CTSC) event.
Our annual event serves two (2) primary objectives by providing an educational component of professional skills development, and secondly by providing a networking opportunity for professional TSCM operators, equipment manufacturers, and the end user clients that are responsible for implementing formal Technical Security, Communication Security (COMSEC), and Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) programs within the private sector, corporate or government sector they represent.
Why Are We Organizing This Conference?
Currently, there are no other (annual) non-government Technical Security (TS) related conferences of this level and specific focus available here in Canada.
There is a wide range of TSCM practitioners, business entities, organizations, and individuals, with widely varying degrees of skill and experience levels, that would clearly benefit from a professional development opportunity of this nature.
Industrial Espionage, Technological Terrorism, Identity Theft, Domestic and Foreign Intelligence Gathering, Competitive Intelligence, and Technological Crimes of all descriptions, are often the direct result of the intentional and / or unintentional compromise of sensitive business, corporate, government, military, and personal information.
CTSC 2010 is a conference not to be missed and has something for everyone concerned with Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM).
Visit us online at www.pdtg.ca for additional information about participating as subject matter presenter, exhibitor, or to register as a participant.
Contact: Paul D Turner, TSS TSI at PDTG Inc. at 647-293-7384 or by email at email@example.com”
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