Central PA Chapter Meeting - Annual ASIS/InfraGard/SCTF Security Symposium
May 8, at Pennsylvania College of Technology from 7:30 Am to noon at the SASC building
Seating is limited so register now. Register at : http://www.imcpa.com/event/infragard-security-seminar/
Our committee is working hard to bring you the best security seminar yet. We will have renowned guest speakers from Depart-ment of Homeland Security, FBI and the Military covering topics from Planning for an active shooter situation to weapons of Mass Destruction and protecting against Data breaches. The seminar is divided into two distinct areas of interest. Physical security and Cyber security. There is no charge for attendance Mark your calendar for Friday May 8, at Pennsylvania College of Technology from 7:30 Am to noon at the SASC building. This event is sponsored by Infragard, Susquehanna Technology Assoc., Innovative Manufacturer's Center and Lycoming County Dept. of Public Safety Campus Map: http://www.pct.edu/visit/campus/
William E. Ebersole, JD, CPA, CFE
FBI Special Agent who has conducted complex investiga-tions in an international, bi-lingual environment using multi-jurisdictional task forces. Developed various sources of information which have led to the successful prosecution of major criminal enterprises including the organization responsible for bringing in the largest, single shipment of cocaine in the history of Maryland.
LT.COL. CLAUDIA S. MALONE USAF ANG (CISSP), ISC2
LT. COL. Claudia S. Malone is Commander, 111th Communications Flight, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, located at the Horsham Air Guard Station, Horsham, Pennsylvania. She assumed her present position as Commander of the 111th Communications Flight in January, 2002. She is currently the Chairman-Emeritus of the ANG Communications Field Advisory Committee (CFAC)
Stephen P. White
Since 2006 Steve has served as a Protective Security Advisor (PSA) for U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Nation-al Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of Infrastruc-ture Protection, in the Philadelphia District, Harrisburg, PA. As a PSA, he facilitates, coordinates, and performs vulnera-bility assessments for local critical infrastructures and assets, and acts as a physical and technical security advisor to Fed-eral, State, and local law enforcement agencies. He contrib-utes to the development of the national risk picture by as-sisting with the identification, assessment, monitoring, and minimizing of risk to critical assets at the local level. He supports homeland security efforts, serving in an advising and reach-back capacity for State Homeland Security Advisors.
James A. Hansel II
Regional Security Manager, Anadarko Petroleum. Jim was a regional terrorism response member with PA State Police’s WMD program, he served on various regional terrorism task forces throughout north central Pennsylvania. In his final years with PSP, Jim worked as a criminal investigator responsible for conducting high level and high profile investigations before retiring from PSP in 2011. After providing security consulting services in the Oil and Natural Gas industry for almost two years, , Jim was hired by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation based out of The Woodlands, Texas as the Regional Security Manager for the Appalachian Basin. Although he primarily oversees all of Anadarko’s security needs in the Northeast United States, Jim currently supports ethics and hotline investigations and the executive protection group throughout all of Anadarko’s domestic regions.
Following graduation from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Marketing, Devon began working for Anadarko in a contract role as a Security Analyst in 2013. She is responsible for analyzing operational security to determine appropriate business pose as well as analyzing outside influences that may affect operational considerations.
Brody Black has 4 years experience working for the Department of Justice in a variety of cyber security roles. Black is currently a Computer Scientist in the FBI’s Philadelphia Division who has recently worked on complex database analysis of servers utilized by international criminal enterprises. Previously he was at the Engineering Research Facility in Quantico, VA performing various tasks including application development, network intelligence analysis, and IT ad-ministration. He has a Computer Science degree from the University of Virginia.
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