The Security Executive Council (SEC) has recently welcomed four additional experts to its team. Responding to SEC’s current research on corporate security trends and requirements, this new group of leading professionals will contribute in important niche areas of expertise. Bob Hayes, SEC’s managing director states, “With our most recent recruitment of top talent, we have added experts with some experiences and knowledge unique to the security advisory industry.” The SEC provides a comprehensive array of advisory services and serves as a strategic partner to security executives who want to take their security programs to the next level.
Former VP of Global Security, Western Union Financial Services
• Executive risk assessments
• Design of protective services and program development
• Financial crimes
• National security events
Former Southeastern Regional President for Universal Protection Service, LLC and President, Security Forces, Inc.
Expertise: Expertise Guard /officer programs including:
• Program implementation
• Services coverage
• Cost effectiveness without service reduction
• Contract and services validation
Former Deputy Assistant Director for Counterintelligence (CI), FBI National Security Branch
• Custom training and solutions focused on insider threats and cyber risk mitigation
• Analytic and intelligence-enabled products and services to US Government, law enforcement organizations and private sector clients
• Solutions leveraging behavioral indicators to better inform management and influence personnel decisions
• Tailored training and solutions for the enterprise to improve interviewing and behavioral influence skills and the ability to detect deception
Former Chief, Administrative Services, Security and Corporate Procurement Division at Inter-American Development Bank
• Integration of security across all corporate services delivery
• Security considerations in international real estate decisions
• Employee security and incident management in developing countries
• Executive influence strategy
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