Talon Executive Services, Inc. (TALON) offers a full-spectrum of Security Training and Education Services tailored to meet the demanding and ever-changing personnel and corporate and organizational needs of businesses today and for the future. Training for Managers, Executives, and Human Resources Directors in ” Recognizing Threats and Handling Dysfunctional Behaviors”, Identity Theft Prevention, Cyber Security, Executive Protection, and Drug & Alcohol Awareness, is offered to Companies and Corporations to prevent unnecessary loss and liability.
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- WORKPLACE VIOLANCE PREVENTION
- IDENTITY THEFT
- CYBER THREATS
- UNDERCOVER OPERATIONS
- DRUG / ALCOHOL AWARENESS
- TABLE TOP EXERCISES
WORKPLACE VIOLANCE PREVENTION
Employers’ lax attitude towards workplace violence can leave many at risk. Recently, a 21-year-old employee opened fire on his co-workers in the break area, killing five and shooting himself. USA Today reports that every week one person is killed and 25 are seriously injured due to violent outbreaks on the job.
You will be trained in:
- How to recognize and handle potential threats
- Detecting Dysfunctional Employees
- Warning Signs of Violent Behavior
- Types of Acts of Violence
- Practical Intervention Techniques
- How to Develop a Prevention Plan
According to the Federal Trade Commission, Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in the
United States. In 2003, one in every nineteen Americans was victims of Identity Theft costing
over $5 Billion dollars. This crime increases by 80% every year and it’s estimated that the fraud
loss will be $8 billion in 2005.
5B-1386, a California law pass in July 2003 legislates compliance for Companies to protect
proprietary personal information to thwart identity theft. Talon is prepared to train managers and executives on how to protect information and to protect against Identity Theft.
- How to protect your information
- Forms of Identity Theft or Fraud
- The mind of a con-artist
- Understanding the Scheme
- Laws to Mitigate Identity Theft
Armed with only a computer and internet access, criminals can access information systems in the United States from any physical location in the world, sabotage data by planting viruses and worms, or steal data and convert the information to fraudulent use for financial gain.
Business Technology Network reports that this year, over 121,000 incidents of viruses on information systems were reported. In 2002 alone, the cost of viruses and worms cost American business in excess of $45 billion dollars.
- Training Includes:
- Legislation directing compliance
- Worms & Viruses
- Information Risks
- Liability & Corporate Responsibility
- Consequences of a Cyber Attack
- Strategic Security Measures
Retail Companies lose millions of dollars every year due to internal and external theft. Our training takes a proactive approach to loss mitigation while maintaining the company’s integrity.
- Running a successful Undercover Operation
- Benefits of undercover operations
- Developing credible observation & reporting
- Investigating potential theft within legal parameters
DRUG / ALCOHOL AWARENESS
The office of the National Drug Control Policy estimates that substance abuse by employees cost companies over $98 billion dollars a year. Employees are often put at risk by co-workers who engage in substance abuse.
Additionally, statistics reveal that there is a correlation between violent acts in the workplace and alcohol and substance abuse. Of those who perpetuate acts of violence in the workplace, 84% have an alcohol or substance abuse addiction
Talon will train Managers and Human Resources on how to detect alcohol and substance abuse and provide intervention techniques.
- What businesses are most vulnerable
- Identifying Abusers
- How to develop a drug-free workplace
- Policy Development
- Effective Supervision
- Reasonable testing
TABLE TOP EXERCISES
Employers’ lax attitude towards workplace violence can leave many at risk. Recently, a 21-year-old employee opened fire on his co-workers in the break area, killing five and shooting himself. USA Today reports that every week one person is killed and 25 are seriously injured due to violent outbreaks on the job. Emergency Management System), the ODP Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program, general Emergency Management principles, as well as State OES guidelines. Members of the Talon Team of Anti-Terrorism and Emergency Response Planning experts have spent significant portions of their careers analyzing and assessing threats and conducting Tabletop Exercises as Agents of the United States Secret Service and Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as in the private sector for other state and local governmental entities.
In conducting a Tabletop Exercise, the Talon Team will outline an Exercise Plan, identifying goals and objectives and plan the execution of the exercise to meet those goals and objectives. Talon will then develop the Master Sequence of Events List (MSEL) listing key exercise events and times, projecting responses to events or other devices used to move the exercise, including the development of a threat scenario comprised of a single or multiple simulated actual attacks and/or events, indicators and warnings thereby thoroughly testing the client’s emergency response and management capabilities.
After the aforementioned extensive planning for the exercise, the Talon Team will conduct the Tabletop Exercise in accordance with the MSEL. The Team will then evaluate and analyze the data in order to compile a comprehensive After Action Report (AAR). Based upon the results of the AAR, the Talon Team of emergency planning experts will draft a Corrective Action Plan, enabling the client to expediently and effectively correct deficiencies discovered through the exercise.