Professional Development TSCM Group Inc., is pleased to confirm that Team Kestrel will exhibit and attend the MILIPOL 2021 event in Paris France from October 19, 2021 to October 22, 2021. We will be located in the largest conference hall building at STAND 5C-117 this year. Team Kestrel will be present to discuss, demonstrate and provide walk-through sessions across the latest supported Software Defined Radio (SDR) hardware and powerful new features and functionality that address a modern moving target threat model. You won’t want to miss stopping by our stand to see why you should be adding the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software has your primary TSCM | SIGINT resource. Team Kestrel will be making announcements and introducing new advanced features and technology during the 4-day MILIPOL 2021 event. The Kestrel TSCM Professional Software has forever changed the TSCM | SIGINT sector with new innovation and new technology for the first time in more than two decades. See live instructor led demonstrations of this industry changing hardware and software combination. Professional Development TSCM Group has become a global leader in software development. The Kestrel TSCM Professional Software is utilized by private sector technical operators, corporations, military contractors, and protective teams. Public sector use includes; government, law-enforcement, regulatory, military and national security entities. Our training programs are recognized world-wide as leading the way to gaining inside and experience in deploying a modern equipment resource against a complex ambient radio-frequency spectrum environment (ARFSE). New software features and functionality are released regularly to address the latest threat technology and tradecraft. Team Kestrel are professional technical operators with years of field experience across all threat sectors and have developed this unique level of field experience and knowledge to the TSB 2000 (Technical) Standard. Our standards-based approach, includes; professional services, certification and training, professional development, software development, hardware design, and the management of the Canadian Technical Security Conference (CTSC), now in the 15th year of operation.