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Countering Terrorism, Violence and Emerging Threats
Apr 18, 2016 - Apr 20, 2016
The Countering Terrorism, Violence and Emerging Threat Workshop will provide delegates with a holistic view of best practices to counter the threat of terrorism, focusing on prevention, protection, response, and recovery strategies. The recommended methodology is based on more than 35 years in the security and law enforcement fields, including the United States Secret Service and the National Basketball Association.
You will learn if your operations are safe, secure, and compliant based on industry best practices, such as information collection, sharing intelligence, evaluating operations, conducting training exercises, and designing appropriate strategies. Because you want the response to become second nature so that under duress, you can calmly and appropriately react, training is the most efficient way to prepare for an emergency situation. The goal of this workshop is to present relevant subject matter to countering terrorism and to contribute to the development of the audience’s knowledge in these disciplines.
What will you learn:
- Influence improvements to organisational security and safety processes
- Provide enhancements to security plans, policies and procedures
- Identify required physical security measures, such as vehicle barriers, window film, locking devices, signage and intercoms
- Execute proper liaison with first responders, particularly law
- Heighten monitor-and-respond incident response plan for nefarious activities in and around the access
- Develop emergency preparedness and contingency plans sufficient to respond to and manage all types of crises
- Chief Security Officer (CSO)
- General Counsel
- Vice President and/or Director of Security
- Security Director and/or Manager
- Security Supervisor
- Emergency Management Director and/or Manager
- Risk Manager and/or Director
- Vice President and/or Director, Human Resources
- Vice President and/or Director, Legal Department
- Facility Management
- Chief Operations Officer (COO)
- Director of Operations
- Chief Strategy Officer
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Customer Officer
Mike draws on his experience with the strategic security firm, Hillard Heintze, the National Basketball Association (NBA), and an extensive career as a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service.
As Senior Director of Security for the NBA, Mike managed and coordinated global security, as well as designed and implemented site security measures, emergency evacuation programmes, and contingency procedures. He was responsible for monitoring all NBA criminal investigations and security-related incidents throughout the league. He also implemented and supervised security for the NBA All-Star Game, the NBA Finals, and the World Basketball Championships.
Mike was a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service for 21 years and finished his career as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the Dignitary Protective Division at USSS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. This assignment allowed him to be an event coordinator for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah, and a security adviser to the 2003 and 2004 Super Bowls. Other assignments in Washington, D.C. were to the Presidential Protective Division and the Counter Assault Team.
His major event experience provides an institutional knowledge in securing and protecting facilities and people on a large scale. Additionally, he assisted with creating security plans for the following major events: Super Bowl, Kentucky Derby, Indianapolis 500, Breeders’ Cup, and the Women’s Soccer World Cup.
Mike's Professional Associations/ Certifications:/ Awards:
- American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS)
- Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service (AFAUSSS)
- Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)
- International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC)
- Certified Security Consultant (CSC), IAPSC (2006)
- Office of Enforcement, Department of Treasury Award, XIX Olympic Winter Games (2002)
EXCLUSIVE Case studies:
- Stade de France, November 13, 2015
- 911 Washington, DC – Pentagon
- Jakarta, Indonesia, January 14, 2016
- Identifying threats
- Determining hazards
- Conducting a security assessment
- Creating a risk rating system
- Creating an all-hazards emergency management plan ( Design, Construct, Test, Modify)
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