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What Department of Homeland Security taught me part 3: Trust but Verify

Published on April 3, 2011 By dgreenbaum

The past few weeks I’ve been blogging about an amazing assessment meeting I had with the Department of Homeland Security.  The focus was threats to our businesses and organizations and how to contain them.  When DHS comes to mind we think of big national threats and forget the typical things that happen in our environment […]

What Department of Homeland Security taught me (part 2): Coworker and customer safety

Published on March 27, 2011 By dgreenbaum

Last post I talked about my all-day meeting with Department of Homeland Security and in particular businesses and organizational continuity.  When we hear DHS of course our first thoughts are of terrorism and 9/11.  That’s natural and DHS was an outgrowth of that.  However, mass shootings and other crises existed long before 9/11.  An example […]

What the Department of Homeland Security taught me (part 1)

Published on March 21, 2011 By dgreenbaum

Last week I participated in a Department of Homeland Security DHS Enhanced Critical Infrastructure Protection (ECIP) Assessment for a local organization I am involved in. I’d rather not name it for security reasons, but I spent pretty much the entire day there with a DHS representative, a Lawrence Police Detective, and other persons. This is […]

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