2012 PSC Conference Overview

The Fourth
PROTECTIVE SECURITY CONFERENCE

SECURITY SOLUTIONS

Wednesday – Friday  ~  May 16-18, 2012  ~  Tremont Plaza Hotel  ~  Baltimore, Maryland

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FROM THE EXECUTIVE SUITE TO THE MAIL ROOM. FROM DOWN THE HALL TO AROUND THE WORLD.
The Protective Security Conference is a gathering of top level security professionals who must stay up to date on the latest security methods and practices for protecting people…all the people…in your organization.

If you have responsibility for protecting the people in your organization you need to join the world renowned security experts and your professional peers who will be at this unparalleled event.

INTENSE. INTERACTIVE. IN-DEPTH.
Now in its fourth year, the Protective Security Conference is an intensive three day event comprised of in-depth seminars, panels, and roundtables conducted by leading authorities and carefully selected to expand the scope and depth of the critical skills you need to ensure that all the people in your organization are operating in a safe and secure environment whether it is at your headquarters or half way around the world in a hot spot.

The Protective Security Conference is a serious meeting designed for security executives and managers to exchange information about current and best practices in the security field. The majority of Protective Security Conference seminars are nearly two hours in length – time to fully develop detailed information about each topic.

TARGETED CONTENT TO MEET YOUR UNIQUE CHALLENGES.
These target specific seminars drill down into the detail you really need so you can immediately apply the information presented. Plus, you can tailor the conference specifically to your needs. You can choose the subject that best suits your interest in many of the seminar time blocks.

AN EXCEPTIONAL AND EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY FOR PERSONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND NETWORKING.
The Protective Security Conference combines an intensive learning experience with unequalled opportunities to network with other top experts and practitioners from across the security spectrum in an intimate setting. Register now to ensure your place at this high impact event.

CUTTING EDGE, REAL WORLD SOLUTIONS FOR MAXIMUM SECURITY.
The Protective Security Conference is the event for anyone who relies on the latest information, methods, trends, and practices to successfully lead and manage critical security operations into the future.

SOME OF THE MOST POWERFUL MINDS IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY ADDRESSING CRITICAL ISSUES FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS.
Among the who’s who of innovative and knowledgeable experts, speakers at the Protective Security Conference are some of the best, brightest, and most highly sought practitioners in the security industry.

Gary Berry, SAC - Protective Services Division – U.S. Department of HUD
Rick Colliver – Global Security Manager – Eaton Corporation
Michael H. Corcoran, Ph.D. - President – The Workthreat Group
Rudy Diaz – Chief Operating Officer – PICA Corporation
Fredrick Foster, CPP – VP-Protection Services, Consulting Investigations Div., Andrews Intl.
Frank G. Gallagher - CEO – Gallagher Security Advisors
Erik Gaull, CEM, CPP, PMP, - iJET Program Manager, - The World Bank Group SOC
Lenny Hall - Global Security Manager-CSO – Scotts Company – Scotts Miracle-Gro
David L. Johnson, DABCHS, CHS-V – President -ITG Consultants, Inc
John F. Judge, SSA – Chief of Operations – Protective Services Division – U.S. Department of HUD
Eric Konohia – President – BPI Security
Bruce McIndoe – President – iJet Intelligent Risk Systems
Gordon McIntosh – Program Coordinator-Corporate Security – The World Bank

Marissa Michel - Manager-Advisory’s Forensic Services Group – Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Edgar Mosquera, Esq. – General Counsel – Intel Manager – Protection Resources Intl.
Kent Moyer – CEO – The World Protection Group
David T. Nadolski – Senior Manager of Loss Prevention – Dunkin Brands, Inc
Robert L. Oatman, CPP – President – R.L. Oatman Associates
Charles Randolph – Director-Executive Protection & Intel. – Microsoft Corporation
Patrick M. Shely – Manager, Special Projects & Programs – Tony Scotti’s Vehicle Dynamics Institute
Lawrence Snow - President – SJC Web Design

Ray Thomas, CISSP, CBCP – Senior Manager, Business Assurance, – Booz Allen Hamilton
Christian West – CEO – AS Solution

CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE
Wednesday – Friday * May 16-18, 2012 * Tremont Plaza Hotel * Baltimore, Maryland
In-depth seminars on current topics.
Intensive classroom time – seminars are nearly two hours in length.
Seminars are target specific and detailed…not just cursory overviews.
Over 20 hours of content time in just three days!
16 Breakout seminars.
General Sessions, Panel Discussions, and Keynotes.
Speakers are among the best known names in the security industry.
Exceptional networking opportunities in an intimate professional setting.
Attendees receive an Official Transcript and Certificate of Attendance.
Conference is eligible for ASIS recertification credits for CPP, PCI, and PSP.
Conference is eligible for ABCHS CMU recertification credits.
Continuous refreshments.
Get Acquainted reception on Tuesday.
Casual networking receptions Wednesday & Thursday.
Attire is business casual.

REGISTRATION FEE
Advance Registration: $695.00  Register by May 11.
Register Now Save $100.00

Register after May 11
$795.00

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HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS
Tremont Plaza Hotel ~ 222 St. Paul Place ~ Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Tel: 410-727-2222
Reservations: 800-873-6668 (800-TREMONT)
Discount room rates begin at only $149.00
Only a limited number of rooms are available at this rate. Mention PSC2012 when making your reservation.
www.tremontsuitehotels.com

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