Advanced ICD 705 Training Course FL
A 4-day Interactive Course
- Starts Feb 5, 2024Starts Feb 5, 2024
- 1,975 US dollars$1,975
- Palm Bay, FL
The ICD 705 “Advanced” Physical Security Course has been designed for a unique niche of ICD 705 trained individuals and/or those with SCIF practical construction experience who may find they are left with more questions than answers on how to achieve performance in seeking compliance with the “gray areas” of ICD 705 interpretation. The ultimate goal is being on the same page with the Accrediting Official (AO) in both interpretation of adequate countermeasures and solutions for technical issues leading to accreditation . Our experts created this course to help address this current need in our Community. This course will primarily address the requirements of ICD 705 series documents (ICD 705, ICS 705-1, ICS 705-2, and the ICD 705 Technical Specifications), but will also touch on other documents that may have bearing on accreditation, such as those related to TEMPEST. A basic agenda for the four-day course is as follows: - Day 1: An entire week of ICD 705 training in one day – The Instructor will provide a one day “refresher” lecture covering all of the primary elements of the one-week ICD 705 course, but highlighting specific areas commonly misinterpreted or not well defined. The purpose of this instruction is for the class to uniformly have a common framework for discussion for later technical discussions - Day 2: Instructor led participant “practical exercises” in a teams setting based on real world issues with compliance, many being common and repetitive mistakes and errors made by Industry that complicate the accreditation process. Students will work collaboratively in team working groups to find uniform solutions, with comparison vetting to the Instructor’s “school solution.” - Day 3: Continuation of participant exercises and collaborative format. Presentation on incorporating A/V capabilities into the secure environment. *Note: Caution will always be exercised in preventing discussions that may become of a sensitive or classified nature. - Day 4: While RF will be integrated throughout the course, the last day is primarily focused on discussions and demonstrations of RF and TEMPEST impacts to projects, with updates to more recent changes and requirements. - Day 4 Conclusion: Q&A
Refunds are only permitted 14 days prior to the course start date. If any attendee requests a refund within 14 days of the course, a credit will be issued for 365 days to be used for another course. If the credit is not used by the 366th day, it will be surrendered. SPG is not liable for any costs or expenses due to travel, lodging or meals. Any attendee who registers and does not meet the requirements for registration will not receive a refund.