Real world perspectives on workplace violence strategies for a modern flexible workforce – a panel discussion

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Tuesday, May 21, 2024 12:30pm EDT
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Gain insights into effective approaches and techniques for recognizing, readying against, and managing responses to threats of violence within today's hybrid workforce setting.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2024 12:30pm EDT
Sponsored By: Evolv Technology

As the modern flexible workforce evolves, security professionals must reimagine how the workplace violence strategy must adapt to secure assets, data and employees on local, national and global levels.
While many employees are considered ‘hybrid’, securing the physical property and employees are a challenge when it comes to protective measures, training, laws, and regulations.  
While most organizations may have had a robust security program in place, many facets of pre-pandemic policies and plans did not transfer over to the current work environment.
The panel will share their perspectives for identifying and preparing for threats of violence and establishing a proactive approach for securing the new workforce paradigm.
Learning Objectives 

  • Acquire best practices to identify, prepare and respond to threats of violence to protect the modern flexible workforce.    
  • Understand the laws and regulations that impact hybrid remote employees
  • Identify proactive strategies for a blended learning environment to support this hybrid workforce paradigm


Robert Achenbach 
First National Bank of Omaha
CSO and Director, Corporate Security and Safety

Dr. Robert D. Achenbach is presently the Chief Security Officer at the First National Bank of Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, where he has served for the past 18 years. Robert is a top-performing and seasoned leader with a total of 30 years of accomplished experience in risk mitigation and program development within government and private sector administrations. Robert developed expertise in directing sound consultation to improve security measures, systems, and strategies in the compliant protection of equipment, information, and personnel. Robert received his Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership degree in 2019 from Northcentral University in Prescott Valley, Arizona. Prior to Robert’s Ed.D., he received a Master of Science in Security Management in 2006.  Robert is recognized by the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board as a Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CMAS).

Deb Andersen, PSP 
MWI Direct
Security Administrator, Physical and Cyber Security

Deb is presently the Security Administrator, managing the physical and cyber security policies and programs for MWI Direct in Lincoln, Nebraska. Deb is an energetic and talented professional with over 15 years’ experience in physical security including setting up a global manufacturing company’s physical security and Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program from the ground up. She conducted third party vendor assessments for a global Bank. As a Security Account Manager, Deb worked with customers to implement security solutions for schools and churches. Deb earned an MA in Management with a leadership emphasis from Doane College in Crete, Nebraska and a BA in Communications/Journalism from University of Nebraska at Omaha. Deb holds a PSP certification from ASIS International and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification from ISC2. She has served in many positions on the ASIS Chapter Board, including Chapter Chairperson. She is a committee member on the ASIS Risk Assessment Standard Committee. Deb was recently elected to serve as a Board Member for the Nebraska InfraGard Chapter.

Christopher Lee 
Senior Safety and Security Leader

Christopher has previously served as Director for Corporate Security where he was responsible for the firm's Physical Security Systems, Global Security Operations Center and Corporate Safety and Health programs. He helped coordinate these efforts with an exceptional team of 15 Security and Safety professionals dedicated to protecting the Company's Associates, Facilities and Company Information across all Corporate and Retail locations. Christopher has held many roles throughout his career  including Senior Manager, Corporate Security and Safety and Compliance Manager, Corporate Security. Christopher is currently serving as Secretary on the ASIS Omaha Heartland Chapter Board.

Elizabeth Moslander, CPP 
Security Consultant

Ms. Moslander, CPP, CBCP  security career began with public service in the 90’s as a Probation Officer for the State of Colorado and then transitioned to Corporate Security in the late 90’s.  She has experience within the security industry in excess of two decades.  She has worked in manufacturing, distribution, pharmaceuticals, food manufacturing and processing, technology, finance/banking, healthcare and is currently in FinTech. 

Elizabeth has been highly active in ASIS International and is a strong supporter / participant with the global Women In Security Community.  She is currently a committee member for ASIS International’s Finance, Budget and Audit committee.  She has been the recipient of ASIS International’s Council Chairperson of the Year - 2019 [2020]; Illinois Security Professionals Association’s Lindberg Bell Security Executive of the Year [2016]; Illinois Security Chiefs Association’s Excellence in Event Coordination Award [2013].

*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.  

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 12:30pm EDT
Sponsored By: Evolv Technology
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