Assessing Domestic and International Global Risk: Is It Safe to Do Business There?

Nonmember Price: $0.00
In stock
Code (SKU)
WB-210519-SPN
ASIS International is requesting your personal information to meaningfully communicate in response to your registration for this event. We will use this information for logistical, registration, communication, and information needs related to this event. Additionally, ASIS will provide a post-event registration list to sponsors and/or co-sponsors of sponsored Webinars like this event. You may always rescind your consent, per our Privacy Policy.
The panel session focused on real-world experience and applications of both domestic and international risk assessment in a variety of applications. Originally conducted 19 May 2021.
How do you assess risk when evaluating where to expand globally? Are there effective tools available? This panel session will focus on real-world experience and applications of both domestic and international risk assessment in a variety of applications. Topics will include trends in terrorism and transnational organized crime, real-world examples of retail, government and transportation security as well as the consequences of final decisions. Security professionals responsible to provide recommendations, reports or implement mitigation strategies will benefit from the experience of the panel including mitigation strategies to add resilience to systems. Learning Objectives Upon completion, participants will be able to: Understand risk assessment methods during business expansion Identify tools to make sound data-driven decisions on site location Understand the consequences of incomplete data analysis during risk assessment Credit Information Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required. Presenter* Dr. Richard Ham University of Arkansas Dr. Richard Ham is a seasoned executive with 35 years of experience in international security. He designs courses on global risk, homeland security, cybersecurity, unmanned aircraft systems and regulatory enforcement. He leads the University of Arkansas Homeland Security Certificate Program. Dr. Ham retired from the (USAF) after a distinguished career, including regulatory oversight of security contracts for aircraft flying to Europe. He joined the Transportation Security Administration serving as the executive charged with all regulatory compliance and enforcement. He was instrumental in management of the underwear bomber and Yemen printer bomber plots. Dr. Ham established the first K-9 passenger-screening program and serves as Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the State Department Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program. Dr. Ham serves on the University drone committee and is active in numerous UAS and homeland security research projects. *Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Assessing Domestic and International Global Risk: Is It Safe to Do Business There?