“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.”

Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Skinny Research & Development started in 2013 with a single device and a goal to provide excellence and application in technical instruction. Over a decade later, with a robust training program, and ever evolving work in R&D, we are more excited than ever to use the knowledge and skills we have gained to serve the TSCM community.
Skinny R&D specializes in technical surveillance, technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), cyber exploitation, zero-day vulnerability and developing AI research. We leverage these specialties to provide top tier R&D as well as technically up-to-date training for customers focused on technical surveillance countermeasures, cyber security, ICS security, and operational security. Our objective is not only to make our customers aware of the capabilities of the adversary, but also how to counter those capabilities through hands-on training and focused research. Our tools are many. From machine learning to fuzzing to software defined radios and beyond, we research the adversarial pathways that are relevant to your organization.

TSCM Training

Cyber Security Training

Adversarial Assessments

Threat Emulation

TSCM Consulting

AI Driven Ubiquitous Technical Surveillance

Tailored Instruction and Briefs

Why Choose Us

Expertise

Our team brings 20+ years of hands on industry experience to our training and consulting services.

Innovation

Our work is not just our job, it is our passion. We not only stay abreast of the latest developments in the TSCM and Cyber Security realms, we are advancing them.

Collaboration

We thrive on communication and teamwork, fostering collaborative efforts that result in groundbreaking solutions.

Our Team

Jason Baird
Jason Baird

President/Instructor/Contract Principal

Josiah Bryan
Josiah Bryan

Instructor/Security Researcher/Zero-Day Ninja

Brandy Baird

Customer Experience/Designer/Danger Crafts

Let’s Work Together

Have a training need or research opportunity?
We want to hear about it!

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