How to Elevate Your Investigations Program by Addressing Common Gaps

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Thursday, July 25, 2024 12:30pm EDT
Sponsored By: Ontic
1 CPE
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Thursday, July 25, 2024 12:30pm EDT
Sponsored By: Ontic
1 CPE

With the U.S. presidential election on the horizon and new workplace violence prevention legislation being introduced this year, it’s clear that investigation teams who prepare their programs now and overcome common weak points will be better equipped to navigate these changes. Register for our webinar to explore strategies to strengthen your program to effectively address rising threats and position your team for success.

Highlights
Learn key steps security experts have taken to address common weak points, including how to:

  • Establish an effective system to unify investigations, break down silos, and collaborate with teams
  • Identify when an incident needs escalation and inform the relevant teams to take action
  • Use all-in-one case management and research software to gain deeper insights into cases

Speaker*

Cynthia Marble, Senior Director, Threat Assessment Management Operations at Ontic

At Ontic, Cynthia Marble leads a team of threat assessment and management professionals who provide training, strategic review, and program guidance and implementation to corporations and educational institutions. She is a nationally-recognized leader with over 25 years of experience in the fields of threat assessment and threat management, protective intelligence investigations, national security, executive protection, and global security operations. Prior to her corporate career, Marble served for over 3 decades with the U.S. Secret Service, most recently as the Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Secret Service Houston Field Office.

Noella Reuter, Security Director of Risk Management at Arcfield

Noella is a highly accomplished Security Director with extensive experience in managing risk for complex organizations. As Director of Risk Management at Arcfield, she plays a vital role in ensuring the security of their clients' missions across defense, intelligence, space, and civilian agencies. With Arcfield's 60+ year history of supporting these critical sectors, Noella leverages her expertise to build and lead high-performing security teams.
Her areas of expertise include international security programs, risk and vulnerability assessments, Insider Risk program development and management and emergency response and crisis management planning.
Noella's dedication to security excellence makes her a trusted partner for Arcfield's clients. Her proven leadership and in-depth knowledge of the security landscape positions Arcfield to effectively address clients' ever-evolving security needs.

Adrienne Galbrecht, Team Lead, Strategic Intelligence Services at Ontic

As Ontic’s Team Lead for Strategic Intelligence Services, Adrienne Galbrecht oversees Ontic's Intelligence Services and Managed Services Teams who provide subject matter expertise, training, and ongoing support to clients across multiple industries. Prior to joining Ontic, she had over a decade of experience in law enforcement as a crime and intelligence analyst. Adrienne is also an active member of several professional organizations including ASIS, ATAP, MARCAN (prior executive board member), and the IACA (prior executive board member).

Farhad Tajali, Director, Global Security Systems & Data Analytics at Creative Artists Agency (CAA)

With over 25 years of experience in physical security, technology, and law enforcement, Farhad Tajali, Ed.D. has held various physical security and technology leadership roles at NBCUniversal, Netflix, and Sag-Aftra FCU. 

Farhad holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California in Organizational Change and Leadership. His doctoral dissertation, "Utilizing Data Analytics in the Field of Physical Security: An Exploratory Study," explores innovative ways to leverage data analytics to enhance security measures and operational efficiency.

In addition to his professional roles, Farhad is a Reserve Deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, where he has served in various units such as Patrol Operations and Fraud & Cyber Crimes Bureau since 2010.

*Note:  Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.

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.  


Thursday, July 25, 2024 12:30pm EDT
Sponsored By: Ontic
1 CPE
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