With sources of security threats and sources of data increasing exponentially over the past several years, safety and security personnel in all industries have begun to see the value of an intelligence program. In partnership with Campus Safety Magazine, this webinar explains how intelligence analysis can assist professionals in the education sector with monitoring for and assessing threats. The presentation focuses on explaining preventive monitoring strategies, showcasing intelligence techniques and approaches, as well as highlighting technologies that can help in collecting and managing information. It also describes how intelligence can feed into violence risk assessment for individuals on and off the campus. View the complimentary webinar hosted by Daniil Davydoff.
Today’s global environment demands sophisticated assessment and preparation, in addition to proven operational processes and proactive crisis planning. Protective intelligence and behavioral assessment allow security practitioners to identify viable risks against an organization and its executives and to determine appropriate security measures. View the on-demand presentation by Chuck Tobin and Rory Steyn.
Special events worldwide – such as sports competitions, political conventions, cultural festivals, and international business conferences – present an enormous challenge for security professionals responsible for the safety of individuals in their organization. Recent news and events surrounding terrorism, endemic disease, and regional discord have demonstrated just how vulnerable businessmen and women are when traveling for special events and beyond. View the on-demand presentation by Randy Biglow and Dr. Ryan Burnette.
The Olympic Games operate by their own, unique set of rules-an independent country within the host country. The 2016 Games will be the first Olympics in South America, a part of the world with its own security challenges. View the on-demand presentation hosted by Randy Biglow.