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The first of a three-part series, this webinar from the ASIS Crime Prevention Council seeks to help participants upscale their security prevention programs. Webinar series presenters include council members with unique expertise in crime prevention as well guest speakers from government agencies involved in intelligence and counterintelligence.
This webinar will present authentic case scenarios that illustrate the concepts underlying insider threat management and implementation best practices. Participants will learn how and why basic crime prevention concepts are evolving and explore the new definition of insider threat for modern times. Human behavior analysis has become an important tool and technology has been changing both insider threats and security responses to such events.
This webinar lays the foundation for related future webinars scheduled for June 13 and October 24 and we encourage participants to register for the series. Each webinar concludes with a discussion of the cases that encourages the audience to draw conclusions based on the information presented.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe the evolution of basic crime prevention concepts.
- Define insider threat as it is currently encountered.
- Determine appropriate insider threat crime prevention manage and implementation best practices for authentic scenarios.
Prior to establishing GASQ, the premier lead generation and referral service for the contract security industry, Mr. Livingston served 23 years with the United States Air Force and 10 years with the Depart of Defense as a security specialist. He has over 30 years of diversified experience in the security industry.
An ASIS triple-crown, Mr. Brown owned MDB security consulting agency and worked for Securitas Security Services as a Branch Manager. This followed his 20-year career as a NYPD Detective.
Mr. Canal is a well-tested physical and information security professional with 30 years of global experience in all facets of security. Mr. Canal has experience building successful security programs from the ground up.
Mr. Hollowell has a broad range of security experience including his role as Founder and Chief Consultant of Cerberus Security Services, Senior Director in the Corporate Division of Kroll Associates, Director for Public Safety for John Jay College in New York City and was the Director of Security and Safety for two of the most prominent cultural institutions in New York City: The American Museum of Natural History and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
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