JOIN US
FOR THE ANNUAL
MAX SECURITY
SEMINAR
IN ISRAEL

This unique, 5-day experience is designed exclusively for CSOs and senior security personnel. MAX has more than two decades of experience in providing security and risk management solutions across the globe.
We make sure that business is as usual, even where it’s not.
You can expect an intensive week of workshops, lectures, site tours, and hand-on training. You’ll gain a unique perspective on today’s geopolitical climate, led by veterans of Israel’s elite counterterrorism, special operations, security, and intelligence services.

This seminar will provide you with skills and tools developed through Israel’s decades of experience in maintaining business continuity and growth in an environment of ongoing crisis. Participants will learn to identify external and internal risks to the organization and employ proper security techniques to mitigate their effects.

DAY ONE

ARRIVE TO
TEL AVIV-YAFO,
ISRAEL

OPENING DINNER

Get to know your hosts and fellow attendees, and enjoy a festive meal while preparing for an incredible week.

DAY TWO

TRAVEL
SECURITY

Lecture covering the methods and strategies of journey management that
are required to maintain alertness and preparedness in areas where terror,
crime, and political instability are everyday occurrences.

Topics to include:

  • Case studies of operational planning and response
  • Remote emergency response management
  • Geo-tracking and employee safety
  • Cross divisional synergy and collaboration

DECISION
MAKING IN
TIMES OF CRISIS

Combination of lectures, case studies and hands-on activities conducted by
MAX’s crisis management experts. Case studies of actual crisis situations
will emphasize and enhance the lessons, along with unique interactive class
experiences that will provide an additional level of engagement.

Topics to include:

  • Effective crisis management exercise tools
  • Techniques to identify and prioritize likely sources of crises
  • Tools to improve organizational preparedness

GLOBAL INTELLIGENCE
FORECAST

Deep analysis and forecast of the threats facing
global businesses in 2020,

including expert insights into:

  • Modus operandi of terrorist organizations
  • Threats posed by criminal elements
  • Emerging geopolitical threats

SPECIAL
GUEST
LECTURE

Deep dive into the study of
“lone wolf” attacks and suicide
bombers presented by a
security professional with experience in
engaging these threats. Discover
the lessons that can be learned
from his experiences and how they
are applicable today.

DAY THREE

JERUSALEM

Spend the day in Jerusalem learning about its unique history and security
challenges while engaging in an exciting, hands-on, one-of-a-kind leadership
workshop. Based on intelligence training methodologies, you’ll learn to think
outside the box, stretch your limits, and work outside your comfort zone.

This day long workshop will turn you into a case officer and you’ll live your own
spy story through a series of sessions and challenges. You’ll take on a cover
identity, plan a covert operation, and execute that plan in a real-world scenario.

Other skills addressed:

  • Decision making
  • Critical thinking
  • Observation skills
  • The art of debriefing

DAY FOUR

CHALLENGES IN AN
UNSTABLE AND VOLATILE
ENVIRONMENT

Take a trip down to the Israel-Gaza border for a special intelligence briefing
and get a first-hand look at the geographic conditions challenging Israeli
security, while gaining expert insights into the unique stresses faced by
businesses and communities due to the complex security environment.

HANDLING ROUTINE AND
EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

Tour the facility and security apparatus of a major corporation’s Israel office
hosted by its CSO.

The tour will include an overview of:

  • Corporate emergency preparedness
  • Differentiating routine incidents vs. emergencies, including action plans for each scenario
  • Decision making under stress and damage minimization
  • Short-term and long-term security management enabling a return to normalcy after an event

COURSE OF ACTION

In most cases, the static security guard will have the first contact with a
physical threat.They are also likely to be the weakest link in your team.
This interactive session will simulate security training for real life scenarios,
while testing the security teams ability to deal with changing scenarios under
pressure and adapt to new training methods.

Goals of the Simulation:

  • Refining decision making tools of the security team in diverse situations.
  • Training in identification of threat and response using available resources.
  • Decision making under stress.
  • Practicing responses to recurrent situations
  • Examining and gaining awareness of new methodologies and abilities.

DAY FIVE

THE INSIDER
THREAT

Overview of the threats posed to private and public organizations by internal
actors. Get an introduction into various methodologies that can strengthen
your organization’s ability to recognize and alleviate such threats.

Goals of the Simulation:

  • Threat profiles – criminal; cyber; terror
  • Profile of a suicide bomber; religious extremist
  • Routine acknowledgement; abnormality detection tools
  • Cross-reference databasing

PROTECTIVE
MONITORING

Introduction to the merging worlds of cyber and physical security.
Gain an understanding of the tools and technologies used to monitor
physical threats in the cyber domain.

Topics to include:

  • Protective monitoring
  • Connections between cyber-attacks and physical attacks
  • Identification of campaigns and mitigation measures

INTELLIGENCE
AS A
DECISION-MAKING
TOOL

Lecture covering the importance of intelligence as a decision-making tool for
senior security managers. Explore better ways to evaluate information from
various sources and learn about a number of assessment tools.

Topics to include:

  • Quality of information – surface information vs. deep assessments
  • Types of resources – advantages and disadvantages
  • Intelligence as an assessment tool for decision-making
  • Synergy between intelligence and operational teams using in-depth analysis and tools in rea-time to support on-ground missions

CYBER-PHYSICAL
SECURITY CONNECTION

Lecture on the evolving threat of cyber-attacks and how they connect to
the physical security realm. Explore the growing overlap between CSOs
and CISOs.

HUMAN RESOURCES AND
INVESTIGATIVE TECHNOLOGY

Explore the technology available to HR and corporate
investigation professionals.

Tools and case studies to be presented:

  • Layered Voice Analysis as an investigative support tool
  • Detecting criminal infiltrations into established companies
  • Detecting sources of leaked information
  • Effective HR processes – preemployment screening and periodic analysis of existing employees
  • Tour of MAX Security Offices, Farewell Toast, Certificate Presentation Ceremony

REGISTRATION DATES & FEES

  • Early Bird Seminar Fee: $4,950 per person
    Registration prior to 21/12/2019
  • Regular Seminar Fee: $5,350 per person
    Last registration date 20/02/2020

Prices above include all seminar fees, transportation, hotel accommodations for 5 nights, meals, welcome cocktail and farewell gala. Prices do not include airfare. Agenda is subject to change.

Special offers for groups.

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  • In partnership with ASIS Israel
  • Participants with CPP/PCI/PSP certification attending are eligible to earn CPE’s (re-certification credits for ASIS)

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