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Risk Assessment training – Part II Commercial Facilitates Risk
February 23, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Part ll– Commercial Facilities- this program will be instructed by Jim McGuffeyM.A., CPP®, PSP®, PCI®
Jim McGuffey will be discussing a comprehensive process known as the Security Risk Analysis Process that is used to evaluate the effectiveness of a physical protection system at a critical infrastructure. This six- step process discusses the various critical infrastructures and their interdependencies on each other, assesses critical infrastructure components, identifies critical assets, looks at insider and outsider threats, identifies security counter measures and reviews operational resilience.
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Jim McGuffey Bio-
Jim joined the U.S. Army at the age of 18, serving 3 years, receiving an Honorable Discharge with the rank of E-5, Good Conduct Medal and an ARCOM medal. He then served eight years as a police officer where he earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice and then joined the Armored Car industry as a supervisor where he earned a Master’s in Management, serving 26 years (22-Brinks’ and 4-Loomis) with a total of 20-years in senior level positions of Area General Manager, District Manager and Regional Director/Regional Vice President.
During his 26 years working in the transportation industry, he was responsible for managing and protecting assets at 50 high risk facilities, several thousand armed-guards and 1,000 armored vehicles. It is this profit and loss experience that separates Jim from other security consultants and has helped him to recommend cost effective security measures to mitigate risk and properly balance security with profits.
Jim has been interviewed on security loss events by CNN, ABC, New York Times and other Canadian and US news media and publications. He is considered a global expert in the security risk assessment process.
Jim is one of approximately 200 security professionals worldwide who hold all three board certifications in security management. His board-certifications in security are accredited by the Department of Homeland Security, American National Standards Institute and the International Standards Organization 17024 Standard. In addition, these certifications have been awarded the DHS’s SAFETY Act Designation, which gives ASIS board-certified professionals, their employers, and their customers immediate protection from lawsuits involving ASIS certification and the ASIS certification process that arise out of an act of terrorism.