Please be aware that the processing of your initial registration does NOT guarantee course entry. Prior to acceptance, the DoD ATEA must review your registration 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 – THREATS AGAINST COMPONENTS (AT-TAC)

To apply, click on a course below:

AT-TAC 24-04 15-18 April 2024 - Completed
AT-TAC 24-10 21-24 October 2024 - Registration Coming Soon


This four-day course is designed for those who require an in-depth knowledge of AT assessment techniques, SW vulnerability analysis, AT attack techniques and the threat to our technology. Class size is limited to 24 students.

Objectives
Students who complete this course should be better prepared to balance system AT requirements against anticipated threats.

Target Audience
This course is designed for AT Community engineers who need an in-depth understanding of AT assessment techniques and the threat to our advanced technology. Attendance will be on a strict Need-To-Know basis.

Prerequisites

  • Valid Need to Know
  • Basic Crypto Course or equivalent experience (highly recommended)

Credit
The AT-TAC Course will count towards 36 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.

Please note, registering for this course does not guarantee acceptance. Applicants must provide a valid need-to-know (NTK) and meet all security requirements prior to being accepted. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by email approximately two weeks prior to the start of the course. Questions about this course can be sent to AFLCMC.XZZ@us.af.mil with the course name in the subject line.