Tag Archives: Subject Matter Expert

Security is a Vital Consideration in the Emergency Management Landscape

My latest LinkedIn professional article poses the question; does your security program encompass emergency management? Does your Emergency Management or Preparedness program include security as well as the Fire Service?  This article explores the need for comprehensive planning & response to include all aspects of an emergency; and calls for more continuity between emergency managers, regardless of whether they are federal, state, local or private.

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In Fraud Investigations, Communications are Essential to Create Force Multipliers

My latest LinkedIn Professional article highlights communications tips for investigators to use community and law enforcement partners as a force multiplier in the war on frauds and scams. For someone who led a global investigative directorate with minimal staff and resources, having the “eyes and ears” of my stakeholder community was vital in refining the quality of my cases.

Please click here to read the full article and feel free to comment and forward as you see fit.

Happy New Year!

Improving Exam Security from a Realistic Approach

In preparing for my upcoming presentation; “Best Practices: Exam Integrity in the Age of Convenience” at the 2017 ICE Exchange, October 25th in New Orleans – I wrote the following article as an update on test security/exam integrity.

I look forward of seeing my fellow exam integrity colleagues in New Orleans! To read the full article, click here.

Mannes to Keynote Certified Fraud Examiners’ meeting in Philadelphia

A. Benjamin Mannes will be giving his two-hour presentation; “Addressing Corruption as a Form of Organized Crime” to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners‘ meeting on June 6, 2017, 8:30 AM at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center, 237 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

To register for the event, visit the ACFE events page.

The Importance of Breaking Down Silos in Security Leadership

As a corporate security leader, I wave witnessed a trend in where the leadership of security functions have been broken down into silos based on specific niche functions (such as data security, Investigations, Loss Prevention, Physical Security) and allowed to operate in those functional departments; as opposed to in a separate oversight function.

My in-depth professional article on this topic explores how central security leadership can better serve an organization as a whole. Please click here to read it in full.

The Hill: Comedians may be one of the last sources for honest commentary

As America becomes more and more easily offended, could comedy be the only place for honest political commentary in today’s politically-correct society? Could America learn how to thicken it’s collective skin from these comics and move toward more free speech in the upcoming years?

To read the entire piece the The Hill, click here.