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The officers of the chapter and the Executive Committee invite
ASIS members and their guests to attend our…
– Meeting & Program –
Speaker: SAC Conrad “Smokey” Everett, United States Secret Service,
Special Agent in Charge, Cleveland Field Office (44 counties, No. Ohio)
Smokey started his career with the United States Secret Service in 1985 in the Philadelphia Field Office. His current position as Special Agent in Charge of the Cleveland Field Office is his 11th assignment in a 22 year career. He oversees all Secret Service operations in the northern 44 counties of Ohio and has Resident Offices in Akron and Toledo. Smokey fully supports pro-active liaison between law enforcement and private security entities to help ensure the safety of our nation. He is married and has three children.
Topic 1: National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC): How it Works
The Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC) was created to provide leadership and guidance to the emerging field of threat assessment. Specifically, NTAC will offer timely, realistic, useful, and effective advice to law enforcement and other professionals and organizations with responsibilities to investigate and/or prevent targeted violence.
Building on a recent operational study of U.S. assassins, attackers, and near-lethal approachers of public officials, NTAC will develop and provide threat assessment training and conduct operational research relevant to public official, workplace, stalking/domestic, and school-based violence. In addition, NTAC will offer its assistance to organizations interested in developing threat assessment programs.
Second Topic, time permitting: Insider Threat Study
In collaboration with CERT/CC of Carnegie Mellon University, the Secret Service is developing the Critical Systems Protection Initiative (CSPI). The goal of this program is to develop a refined cyber security prevention and response capability in support of both investigative and protective missions. One important component of the CSPI is the Insider Threat Study, which will analyze the physical and online behavior of insiders prior to and during network compromises. The insider who already has access to systems can potentially be the most dangerous. The U.S. Secret Service foresees the applicability of this program in assisting private industry to evaluate and manage a potential problem before it happens.
Who: “Smokey” Everett
Date: Friday, March 16, 2007
When: 11:30 – 1:30
Where: ITT Technical Institute
Location: 14955 Sprague Road, Strongsville, OH 44136
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Basic Meeting Format:
Socializing & Networking
Call to Order & Introductions
Other Chapter Business, Good & Welfare, Close
Price: only $ 15.00 (cash or check only at the door )
or credit card payments in advance here on the website
Meeting Registration – RSVP: You must REGISTER IN ADVANCE for yourself and any guests by any method below:
NOTE: You may register in any manner you choose (phone, email, form) and pay by credit card – credit card payments are ONLY accepted on the website – not by phone or in person at the door.
Info under registration form below
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1. By EASY REGISTRATION FORM below (scroll down)
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3. By TELEPHONE to Traci Ward at Lubrizol Corp. at 440-347-1531.
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