Please be aware that the processing of your initial registration does NOT guarantee course entry. Prior to acceptance, the DoD ATEA must review your application to verify your clearance and need to know information. Upon successful review, your application will be confirmed and you will receive an automated email with additional information.

ANTI-TAMPER SHORT COURSE (ATSC)

To apply, click on a course below:

ATSC 24-01 - 30-31 January, Tampa, FL- Completed
ATSC 24-02 - 27-28 February, Crane, IN - Completed
ATSC 24-05 - 14-15 May, Patuxent River, MD - Completed
ATSC 24-06 - 25-26 June, Redstone Arsenal, AL - Completed
ATSC 24-07 - 23-24 July, Warren, MI - Completed
ATSC 24-08 - 20-21 August, Eglin, FL 
ATSC 24-09 - 17-18 September, China Lake, CA 
ATSC 24-10 - 22-23 October, Dayton, OH - Registration Coming Soon


ATSC Courses are added throughout the year. Check back regularly to get the most recent list of course dates and locations. 

The Anti-Tamper Short Course is intended to be an orientation to members of the Anti-Tamper (AT) community, introducing a wide-range of AT-related topics to include both programmatic and engineering facets.

Objectives

  • DoD Anti-Tamper policy directives
  • The process of specifying, designing, and evaluating AT technology
  • Anti-Tamper design milestones and their relationship to the acquisition cycle
  • Models of security, including protection, detection, and response approaches
  • Reverse engineering threats to hardware and software systems
  • Anti-Tamper techniques 
Target Audience
The ATSC targets government and contractor program office personnel wo may be new to AT, or those who could use a high-level refresher on AT-related guidance, policies and procedures. This course is not specifically geared toward a particular functional, bur rather, provides a general overview of AT-related topics, to include valuable information across a wide-range of disciplines. Attendance will be on a strict Need-To-Know basis.

Prerequisites
  • Valid Need to Know

Credit
The AT Short Course will count towards 16 hours of continuing education credits.

Registration & Additional Course Information
Registration is available via the link provided above. There is no cost to attend this course; however, you are responsible for your own travel and lodging expenses.

Questions can be sent to AFLCMC.XZZ@us.af.mil with the specific course name in the subject line.