All Things Kestrel | VC 22-003

The March 2022 edition of our All Things Kestrel | VC 22-003 training is scheduled for Wednesday March 16, 2022 and is run WebEx live at 0800 MDT and 1700 MDT as a 3 hour training briefing to accommodate global time zones. Our monthly briefing is free for Kestrel TSCM Professional Software users globally. We hope that you will attend the All Things Kestrel | VC 22-003 (March 2022) technical briefing. If you are new to the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software, and would like to attend our All Things Kestrel | Virtual Classroom sessions, please contact us for an invitation. The March 2022 (22-003) session will explore the latest new features added to the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software application. Our newly implemented Operator Deployment Log (ODL) and companion Inspection Summary Checklist (ISC) features will be introduced. These powerful new feature, set a new standard within our standards-based methodology. The ODL feature is a powerful, multiple operator digital assistant that is designed to log each step of the deployment from arrival on-site to departure and onto the post analytical protocol, resulting in a formalized reporting structure. The ODL is both a stand-alone resource, or can be deployed in parallel with the new ISC feature. The ISC provides the ability to build and deploy any-number of operator-defined, custom operational deployment checklists. The ability to build on-the-fly checklists from any number of predefined checklist elements is realized. Deployment specific checklists can also be maintained, edited and imported quickly and easily. The ISC can be deployed independently, or in parallel with the ODL feature to provide automatic ISC entries within the ODL environment. Our Technical Research and Standards Group (TRSG), works closely with or software engineering and development group to monitor the threat environment and develop near real-time deployable countermeasures. The electro-magnetic spectrum is a war zone and only the modern spectrum warrior that invests time in developing a modern TSCM approach methodology will dominate the ambient radio-frequency spectrum.