Host: Rich Roth
When was the last time you heard – “the door’s open, come on in!” or that you were able to even make a deposit at your bank without having the proper digits and ID? There’s a new normal when it comes to security, from personal safety to a greater global consciousness of protection and defense. On The Philosophy of Security, we’ll talk in depth with seasoned security experts about stepping up your plans and the strategies employed by government and in the corporate world. Join us for these candid explorations of practical tips and thinking.
The Philosophy of Security – Handwriting Analysis one of the least used tools in investigations and pre interview skills these days.
Mr. Barry Wilson is the President of Anlance Security which can be found at http://anlancesecurityagency.com and is a true expert and instructor in the field, he has used this skill in analyzing threat letters to high threat targets in the Entertainment and Political fields. As one of the principal instructors at ESI (Executive Security International) […]
The Philosophy of Security with Rich Roth
Rich Roth has more than 35 years of experience in the security field including a dynamic career with the United States Secret Service. Currently the Executive Director And Chief Operating Officer of CTI Consulting, he has been a trainer for the U.S. State Department’s Anti-terrorism Assistance Program, as well as for the U.S. Sheriff Association’s High Security Trials program. He is an instructor on the development of security plans and procedures, and also conducts physical security assessments and bomb search and evacuation procedures.
Mr. Roth has been a guest lecturer at the Harvard Design School on the effects of the September 11, 2001 attacks on airport terminal design, as well as a speaker on terrorism and aviation security at two Aviation Peer Review seminars. He is a recognized expert in both federal and state courts, including California, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, and Maryland.
Mr. Roth is a speaker and lecturer at conferences and meetings all over the world. His speeches focus on how simple awareness techniques can make us all more secure are in demand from corporations, motivational, and spiritual groups for conferences both large and small meetings.
Federal security compliance, in aviation airports and airlines, banking, health care, FEMA, port and rail, energy and chemical security
Risk analysis, security design, security planning
CPTED planing and implementation, CARVER analysis
Cognitive behavioral interviews, training, profiling, pre- and post-hiring interviews
Vulnerability analysis, executive protection training, planning, and program development
Counter espionage training and program development
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