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Presale: New CPP Online Review
The all new, improved CPP Online Review course will be available in October. For a limited time, through 22 October, you can save $100. Covering all seven (7) domains in the CPP body of knowledge, this new online course is an exceptional tool for reviewing each key topic area and identifying knowledge gaps where you may want to focus further study. Features include:
- New, easy to use format
- Enhanced learning elements
- Expanded reference resources
On-Demand WebinarsActive Shooter CPTED Cybersecurity All on-demand webinars
Upcoming WebinarsManaging Enterprise Security in a Compliance Driven Environment Maximizing ROI through Effective Risk Analysis All upcoming webinars
Certification ReviewsCPP Online Review (New) PSP Online Review
STAM Interactive CoursesAccess Control Biometric Technology All STAM Interactive Courses
A captain with the Indian Army in the mid-1990s, Mishra surveyed the social, cultural, and political landscape, closely observing conflict trends. With sovereigns focusing on inward security, and corporations getting in on the act, he decided to devote his skills to safeguarding business interests just the way he’d protected borders.
“To me, CPP stands for Credibility, Proficiency, and Professionalism. This certification equipped me with the requisite credentials, competences, and confidence to voice a well-rounded professional opinion to senior leadership and be heard.”
There are many types of crises that can harm an organization or its stakeholders—some are anticipated and others are not. Is your organization prepared?
In this hands-on workshop, you’ll be presented with a national crisis scenario and then work through each phase of the crisis—prevention, response, mitigation, and recovery.
- Analyze methods to manage and control communication
- Examine components of a comprehensive workplace violence program
- Strengthen strategies for protecting brand and reputation
- Examine crisis recovery and consequence management
- Discuss how cybersecurity issues affect crisis management
October | Philadelphia, PA
Wharton/ASIS Program for Security Executives (21-26 Oct)
December | Scottsdale, AZ
Conducting Advanced Internal Investigations (10-12 Dec)
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In This Issue: Smarter Structures, Safer Spaces
Internet giant Google is known to build impressive campuses and office spaces for its workers. No exception is its Wharf 7 office in New South Wales, Australia, where it moved a number of employees when the company experienced a boom in growth in 2012.
The building was constructed to "encourage the interaction and collaboration that is key to the innovation Google promotes," IDEA Awards, an interior design awards program, states on its website. A gaming room, café, bridges, and walkways all contribute to the collaborative look and feel of the building.