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TSCM Operational Standard - Policy and Procedure Guideline (OS-PPG) TM

The Technical Security Branch (TSB) has developed a proprietary Operational Standard - Policy and Procedure Guideline (OS-PPG) TM based on (30+) years of experience in providing professional level TSCM services.

Our Operational Standard - Policy and Procedure Guideline (OS-PPG) TM is one of the most up-to-date Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) resources available.

This administrative and technical manual is the primary training, Technical Security Specialist (TSS) TM certification, and operational policy and procedure of the Technical Security Branch (TSB) and is continuously updated monthly.

Our OS-PPG TM is the only operational technical standard in existence and sets the minimum standards for equipment resources, personnel training and experience, and operational methods and techniques.

 

Word of Warning

It is an unfortunate reality that there is an entire industry of fly-by-night marketing types selling a wide range of TSCM equipment and services to the public and corporations, who get caught up in the “Spy” phenomena.

Whether consciously or by negligence, these fly-by-night operators provide so-called TSCM inspections of limited or no value what so ever.

These services do little more than further degrade the overall technical security posture of the target facility, and instill a dangerous false sense of security in the mind of the client relying on their sub par services.

Sadly, many of these sub-par operators are associated with normally reputable security and investigation agencies and lack the specialized equipment required, current certification training, operational experience and ethical standards expected by the end-user client.

Before you contract TSCM related services you should determine the experience and reputation of the actual TSCM operator and obtain a comprehensive list of the actual equipment resources that will be utilized during the inspection.

 

TSB Personnel Qualifications

  • TSB Certified Technical Security Specialists (TSS) - TSB 2000 Standard
  • Mandatory Annual Certification Review (ACR)
  • Mandatory Annual In-Service Professional Development Training (ISPDT)
  • Local / Provincial / Federal Security Clearance (as a minimum working standard) - Enhanced Security Clearance as Required for Special Project Work.
  • Professional, Ethical, and Experienced

PDTG Inc., is the only company actively providing all essential industry elements, including professional level standards based on the TSB 2000 TM (Technical) standards, advanced TSS certification training, and professional TSCM related services at all known and developing threat levels for municipal, provincial, federal government and military.

We also provide high profile corporate clients ranging from the communication, financial, oil and gas, insurance and mining sectors across Canada and beyond.

 

TSB Statement of Intent

The TSB shall endeavor to provide the highest level of professional integrity in conducting TSCM and Counter-Intelligence (CI) related services; providing a clear statement of TSB capabilities and limitations; and realistic expectations of TSCM services and professional fees for those services.

Reputable Technical Security Specialist’s (TSS) TM will take the time to explain the Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) process, common misconceptions, equipment utilized, search methods and techniques, and TSB capabilities and limitations.

This helps educate the client and remove the cloak and dagger paranoia element - The premise of educating the client is a primary goal of the Technical Security Branch (TSB).

The TSB closely monitors all available espionage research, technique development, testing mythology, and the evaluation and procurement of TSCM equipment.

This practice ensures the greatest level of integration, standardization, and compatibility in conducting TSCM inspections.

 

 

Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) Professional Services

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