SAP/SCI/Protection of Security
Support Structure Training Course
This course can be provided client-site or center-based live. This is a five (5) day course taught by Industrial Security Professionals that have extensive experience in industry and will provide training that covers protection of information from the acquisition phase to day-to-day operations. SMI training is hosted in NKUMETS’s 43,600 square foot futuristic training complex is one of the nation’s most spectacular facilities devoted to improving organizational performance. Please visit METS for hotel and other important information regarding our center-based live programs.
Objective and Format
Upon completions of this course, students who attend have an understanding of physical security, SAP and SAR requirements of Director Central Intelligence Directive (DCID 6/9), Joint Air Force – Army – Navy (JAFAN 6/9) and
NISPOM, Chapter 5 requirements.
of Academic Honesty
You are expected to be honest. Students also are expected to report any
suspected cheating; failure to do so is considered equivalent to cheating.
The following guidelines apply:
The term “Cheating” includes, but is not limited to, (1)
use of any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, tests or examinations;
(2) dependence upon the aid of sources beyond those authorized by the instructor
in writing papers, preparing reports, solving problems, or carrying out
other assignments; or (3) the acquisition, without permission, of tests
or other academic material belonging to an instructor.
Classroom behavior follows normal business etiquette.
This means equal respect for the instructor and students. As with all business
meetings the following procedures will be observed:
- Be on time and stay for the entire class
- No sleeping in class, includes
resting head on desk
- Only one person talks at a time
- Silence cell phones, pages and PDAs
before class starts
No Prerequisites required
Students should read each chapter before the first session
of class on that module.
Policy/Roles and Responsibilities
Threat Overview/Risk Management
Physical and Technical Security Issues
(Crime, Technical Security Issues, Neighbors,
Security Engineering Approach to in-depth security
for total facility protection. Mil Std 1785
Analysis (VA/RAs) a Five-Step Process.
SPINTCOMM, SIPRNET, JWICS, etc.
AIS, TEMPEST, TSCM,
Each requires a separate Development/Submittal/Accreditation – sometimes
from DIFFERENT Agencies/DAAs.
SCIF Accreditation package preparation and submittal requires
an “ITERATIVE” stepping-stone approach
Gantt Time-Line of Design-Build-Accreditation
Players (CIA, SAPOC, DIA, CSE, Mil Dep, and UA)
( MUST INDICATE: “Contractor Requires a SCIF”)
Proposal (Max 3-pages)
FFCL (Fixed-Facility Check List)
· Start Photo Log - tie
to Area Drawings/Map
Authority to Proceed
SCIF/SAPF Construction (6 sided box) w/a minimum of 35db isolation
Walls: Gyp Building Construction, True Fl-True Cl
Doors: Neoprene Seals, Drop Sweeps, Thresh Holds, HD Closers,
and HD Non-Rising Pin Hinges
Locks (Keba-MAS X09)
IDS, Line Protection, [UL-2050/CRZH]
Life Safety (NFPA 101) as modified by ADA
for a Security In-Depth Determination
Special Requirements of Construction/Use (EMI/EMR) Shielded Facilities
[E/H Field) [Armored Plywood, Welded, Zinc Arc deposition] NACSIM
5204 and Mil Std 461D [100 db –14Khz to 10 Ghz]
Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) of construction/installation
efforts for security compliance IAW the construction drawings/procurement
SCIF support equipment selections
Distribution Systems (PDS) [ NSTISSI No.7003]
Security Group (TSG) requirements
TSG Standard #1 Introduction to Telephone Security
TSG Standard #2 TSG Guidelines for Computerized Telephone Systems
TSG Standard #3 Type-Acceptance Program for Electronic Telephones
Used With Conventional Central Office Interface
TSG Standard #4 Type-Acceptance Program for Electronic Telephones
Used In Computerized Telephone Systems
TSG Standard #5 On-Hook Telephone Audio Security Performance Specifications
TSG Standard #6 Telephone Security Group-Approved Equipment
TSG Standard #7 TSG Guidelines for Cellular Telephones
TSG Standard #8 Microphonic Response Criteria for Non-Communications
TSG Standard #9 TSG Approval Program for Secure Telephones and
Equipment that Connect to Conventional Office Interface
Requirements Mil Hdbk 232 and NACSIM 5203
· RED/BLACK Engineering/Installation
layout for minimum operational impact
requirements · power, signal, and control lines
Optic Design, Installation, Terminations (Types)
Standards: 568, 569, 570, 606, and 607. (Size and Marking)
Bonding, and Shielding (GBS) IAW Mil Hdbk 419A and Mil Std 188-124B
Electrode Sub-System (<10 Ohms)
Safety Sub-System (Green Wire)
TEMPEST (Control of Compromising Emanations) guidance on selection,
installation and operation of ADP/AIS/IT and support systems (Non-Sensitive,
Sensitive, and Classified Sensitive) Inspectable Space Determinations
Operations Security (OPSEC) Plan Development
(Normally a SECRET Document)
Emergency Destruction Plan Development
Single Action per Card
of Operations Plan (COOP)
MOUs/MOAs (Memorandums of
Understanding/Memorandum of Agreements
Mutual Support Agreements (MSA)
Co-Utilization Agreements (CUAs)
Multi-Level Security Do’s
and Accreditation (AIS)
Systems Security Plan (SSP)
Levels-of-Concern / Protection Levels
End of Course Critiques/Graduation
Center-based and LIVE!
Online training cancellation policy
To maximize the effectiveness of our training sessions, SMI limits the number
of attendees per class. Substitutions may be made at any time — please advice in advance. Registrants who have been confirmed for specific training sessions may reschedule or cancel reservations without penalty up to ten business days before the scheduled class start date either by calling the Training Registrar at 859-372-6618, or with sufficient lead time, by written notification.
Individuals who cancel a confirmed enrollment less than ten business days before the class and fail to provide a qualified replacement to fill the enrollment will be billed for 30 percent of the full tuition fee (list price). Individuals who cancel a confirmed enrollment less than five business days before the class and fail to provide a qualified replacement to fill the enrollment will be billed for 100 percent of the full tuition fee (list price). Those who fail to appear for training as scheduled will be billed for 100 percent of the full tuition fee (list price).
SMI reserves the right to reschedule or cancel any scheduled center-based training class upon ten business days notice to confirmed registrants. Registrants may then enroll in the next available offering of the course, or cancel the registration. In the event of cancellation by SMI, any payment made for the canceled class will be refunded. The client understands and agrees that SMI shall not, in any way, be held responsible for any costs, including loss of airfare or other transportation costs, hotel expenses or other damages, which the client may suffer in the event that SMI cancels or reschedules a class.
Client-site training cancellation policy
Cancellation or rescheduling of client-site training less than ten business
days before the scheduled start date will be subject to a cancellation
fee of 100 percent of the contracted fee.
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