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ASIS Cleveland Chapter, logo, Security Professionals, Advancing Security in Northeast Ohio       

ASIS Cleveland Chapter

~ Advancing Security in Northeast Ohio ~
(formerly the American Society
for Industrial Security
)
 

Site Review Date:  11-1-2017


This page is:
 
 CALENDAR  

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MEMBERS, PLEASE NOTE:  Most meetings are the 3rd Friday - not every month. Local ASIS Cleveland events and some related regional events are the focus here. Included below are events that are already past and may include a description of that event - scroll down.

 

 

 

 

Professional Security, Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ASIS International logo, formerly the American Society for Industrial Security

What's new,
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 TOPICS of NOTE:
Business & Security Guidelines Available for Free Download

9-11 Report:  National Commission on Terrorist Attacks on the U.S.

FBI:  Be on the Lookout

Updated:  Worldwide Caution (State Dept.)

 

 

 

 

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This page is:

  CALENDAR  

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ASIS CLEVELAND CALENDAR


MEETINGS:  "...information and security perspectives
 you won't get anywhere else..."

 

Scroll down below for FUTURE events, meeting details, etc., and details of past meetings

 

 

 

FRIDAY, January 19, 2018 MEETING,
 

Jan SPEAKER & TOPIC:  Meet and talk with...
Rob Shuster                                              

Rob Shuster 
Vice President of Protective Services and Training


"Essential Best Practices for Workplace Violence Prevention and Management"

  • Introduction and objectives

  • Critical Mistakes that Organizations Make

  • Human Resources and Security- must work together

  • Developing Workplace Violence Policy – reasonable foreseeability

  • Defining Workplace Violence – categories of potential workplace violence

  • Employee Training - behavioral warning signs

  • Case Management Team - establish one and use them

  • Developing High Risk Termination Protocols

  • Third Party Assistance May Be Required

  • Proactive Measures and Response - preparation

  • Developing Specific Active Shooter Response Plans

  • Documentation of the Case Management Process

 

 

Click here for more info and how to register, plus, on the HOME PAGE

 

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017 MEETING,
 

"...information and security perspectives you won't get anywhere else..."

 

Tom Lekan speaking...

Questions that got answered...

  1. What does it take to defend your guards (In-house or Contract) in litigation?
  2. What is asked mostly in discovery about your guards or guard company?
  3. What do plaintiffs attorneys and expert witnesses focus on about your guards? 

 

 

Thomas J. Lekan, CPP
Security Consultant and Expert Witness

Security Guard Expert

     Background, credentials, Tom Lekan:  Tom Lekan

”Liability and Security Guards: 
Contract or In-house"

If you have security guards protecting your premises, or you are a security guard company, armed guards or not, or private police, this meeting was for you..”
Above, right:  Tom makes point after point on how to avoid liability with case examples.

Comments:

"I'm so glad I attended this meeting. Great information. I'm going to review all post orders and other documentation."

"Informative, factual, and entertaining. He so obviously knows his stuff."

 

security guard meeting

 

 

 

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2017 MEETING,
 

"...information and security perspectives you won't get anywhere else..."


Meet Marvin Cross, Sr., CPP  BIO: 
BIO MARVIN CROSS SR
Presentation on and discussion of:

“Security for High Profile Individuals and Organizations”


 Executive Security Group, Inc. (formerly Security Director, the Cavaliers)
an ASIS Cleveland member, is the featured speaker

Oct meeting photo

Members and guest listen carefully to Marvin Cross' interesting, informative talk.

 

Oct meeting photo

L to R:  Peter Lucic, Reg. VP; Marvin Cross, Speaker; Ray Heintel, Chair

 

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SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 MEETING,
Downloadable file on Risk Assessment
Risk Assessment

 

Paul Hugenberg, Info GPS
 

InfoGPS provides single use (Audit) and continuous software as a service solution (Monitoring) that finds sensitive non-structured data (for instance, account numbers and data that have been downloaded into an Excel spreadsheet) and then allows the user to determine if they need to better protect the data, delete it, move it, etc. Many data breaches have an origin in this unstructured data as the transactional, enterprise systems and their data is usually pretty well secured.

Paul Hugenberg, Info GPS

 

 

 

 

 

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(if the webmaster has the info, it is posted)

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~ Advancing Security in Northeast Ohio ~
(formerly American Society for Industrial Security)

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