This session is open to all members and non-members and is limited to 25 participants. If you would like to attend the webinar for this presentation, register here.
Given today's ever-changing threat environment, preparing for and training employees to cope with workplace violence should be a key piece of an organization's incident response planning.
The International Live Events Association Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter (ILEA-MSP) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, are hosting a discussion to enhance awareness of, and response to, an active shooter event.
This session will:
- Educate participants on the history of active shooter events
- Describe common behavior, conditions, and situations associated with active shooters
- Provide information on resources available and best practices to assist in planning, preparedness, and response to an active shooter incident
PRESENTER - Glenn Sanders
Glenn Sanders is currently serving as a Supervisory Protective Security Advisor with the Infrastructure Security Division, Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency within the Department of Homeland Security. In this capacity, Glenn is responsible for representing DHS within the State of Minnesota serving as a liaison between DHS and the private sector as well as with federal, tribal, state, and local mission partners. As DHS’ on-site critical infrastructure specialist, Glenn provides assistance and support as appropriate to DHS mission partners for all-hazards prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery efforts as well as during designated security events in order to enhance infrastructure security and resilience.
Glenn has worked very closely within the State of Minnesota over the last 14 years to further the mission of protecting our Nation’s and Minnesota’s critical infrastructure. Prior to coming to DHS, Glenn retired from the US Army after a successful 24-year military career.
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