Electronic Warfare

Director of Electronic Warfare

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Director announcement coming soon…

Zac has 10+ years of Electronic Warfare experience with a diverse background ranging from combat zones, to Europe, to the highest levels of Washington’s national security establishment.  He specializes in teaching complex Electronic Warfare topics to both tactical operators and senior military planners.  Zac possesses an energetic teaching style and passion for Joint Spectrum Operations.  He is a published writer in leading online and Maritime Defense Journals.  Zac is also business fluent in German.

Electronic Warfare

Course Description:

This course begins with instruction on modern electronic spectrum fundamentals, which includes a baseline of location and unit-level emissions signature. Then, the instructor will introduce mitigation measures, such as emissions control procedures, asymmetrical communications, and other signature management techniques to make your unit quitter inside the spectrum.

Course Duration:

3 days (adjustable based on client needs)

Topics Covered:

  • Electromagnetic spectrum basics for tactical operators
  • Tactical communication footprint vulnerability analysis
  • Faraday Box creation
  • How to create an emissions control (EMCON) plan
  • Using terrain to work through jamming scenarios

Course Description:

This course builds off Phase 1 fundamentals and discuses commercial means for signal localization via passive sensors. The course ends with a day of hands-on signal hunting

Course Description:

Suggested 3 Days

Topics Covered:

  • Convert an Android Phone to a Software Define Radio (SDR)
  • Wifi-Capture Basics (Wardriving) and Wifi Pineapple uses
  • Direction Finding Basics (lTDOA/AOA)
  • Introduction to advance signal hunting systems
  • Track aircraft with a SDR
  • Electronic Support legal concerns and restrictions

Course Description:

This course focuses on the processes to conduct electronic jamming, including unit signal deconfliction, civilian signal deconfliction, and post-jamming assessments. First week focuses on developing or receiving jamming protocols, second week is field exercise

Course Duration:

Suggested 3 Days

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to noise jamming
  • SDR replay attack
  • RFID card copying
  • Wifi Deauth Attack
  • Jamming legal concerns and restrictions

Safe Traveler Program (sweep hotel rooms, VPN, etc.)

Course Description:

This course focuses on individual level “electronic footprint” protection during travel. Students will be taught how to minimize their footprint on the internet, how to use VPNs, commercial encryption methods, securee cell phone apps, and how to conduct basic hotel room sweeps

Course Duration:

1 week (adjustable based on client needs)

Topics Covered:

  • Using RFID protected cases
  • Using GPS tracking devices on luggage
  • Conducting a room sweep for hidden cameras and devices
  • Using white noise generators to hide key discussions
  • Sweep a car for hidden devices

"There is nothing impossible to him, who will try"
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