In this next episode, I recorded a joint podcast with Ronald J., founder of the Global Security & Protection Group (GSPG) podcast.
We focused this session on sharing our recent experience at the inaugural Executive Security Operations Conference in Kansas City — hosted by the Board of Executive Protection Professionals. We discussed highlights from conference presentations, key ideas we walked away from the event with, and much more.
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Highlights from This Episode
- Event: The conference was organized by the Board of Executive Protection Professionals (BEPP), aiming to elevate the executive protection industry’s training, quality, and professionalism.
- Quality Speakers: The conference attracted high-profile speakers, such as Michael Evanoff, former assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security, reflecting the initiative to raise industry standards.
- Diversity of Participants: Encouraged interactions between participants from different parts of the industry, not limited to one’s existing connections.
- Quick Reference of Notable Presentations:
- Scott Lowther, CPP, PCI’s Presentation
Shared insights into interacting with vendors from the perspective of a private family office.
- Jason Bertrand’s Presentation
Discussed the dynamics of working with unique clients as well as with all the support staff that make an organization supporting a HNI client work.
- Dr. Mary Beth Wilkas Janke’s Presentation
Concentrated on emotional and physical resilience for practitioners.
- Dr. Michelle Keeney’s Presentation
Discussed protected intelligence investigations from her experience with the US Secret Service. And Highlighted the importance of effectively explaining the intelligence process to stakeholders.
- Culture of Attendees: Willingness among security professionals to share information and experiences, contributing to the overall growth and improvement of the community.
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Transcript from this episode
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