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The goal of the security / emergency assessment is to evaluate the security technologies, policies and procedures, emergency response plans, training and awareness, landscaping, lighting, etc. As a part of the assessment, interviews should be conducted with faculty, administrators, professors, teachers, employees, students, area business owners, law enforcement, fire department leaders, emergency management agencies, and area security professionals.

Known by many as "bug sweeping" or "debugging", Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) is more appropriately defined as techniques to detect, neutralize, and/or exploit a wide variety of hostile and foreign penetration technologies that can be used to obtain unauthorized access to classified, sensitive and/or proprietary information.

Most Protection Specialists understand that the cornerstone of an effective Executive Protection Program is the Security Assessment (AKA – The Advance).

Training Courses

This course provides students an opportunity to learn investigative techniques designed to identify, assess, and manage persons who may pose a threat of violence. Learn how to assess genuineness and overall viability of intent to do harm. Focuses on actions, communications, and specific circumstances indicating an individual is planning or preparing for violence

Upcoming Events


ARMADA Client featured in Columbus Dispatch

On October 14th, Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security brought together leaders from the private and public sectors to discuss the ever growing risks of Cyber-attacks.  The cyber security meeting was the kickoff endeavor for the contract awarded to ARMADA in August of 2014.  The gola of the project is to help further develop cyber-security strategies for Central Ohio and bring together a consistent working group of public and private sector stakeholders.

Read more about the FCEM&HS Cyber-security initiative (Click Here)

View the Columbus Dispatch article (Click Here)

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

The Internet is part of everyone's life, every day.  We use the Internet at work, home, for enjoyment, and to connect with those close to us.  However, being constantly connect brings increased risk of theft, fraud, and abuse.


Testimonials

Cincinnati Metro

Having not exercised our security plan for many years, there was great hesitation from our organization as we started this process. I can tell you that the professional service that we received from Armada, in particular from Lee Foster was the success of our mission. 

Mr.Foster was able to custom tailor a scenario that challenged our organization without disrupting our day to day operations, and provided us with solid feedback to improve upon as we look ahead. 

We will certainly use Armada again in the future, and I would highly recommend any initiative that Lee Foster is involved in.


Mike Weil, Director of Security

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Barb Farr from ARMADA ltd. for the amazing assistance she has provided in the Irene Local Roads Recovery Effort.
 
I could not have done my job without her assistance and input – she has been invaluable!!!!


Michele Boomhower, Assistant/MPO Director

Hamilton County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

With the Hamilton County Local Emergency Planning Committee, I have had the privilege of working with Mandy on the 2012 Functional Exercise, involving the Emergency Operations Center.  This exercise was extremely complex, as it dovetailed into the larger multi-operational period Functional Exercise involving the other county Emergency Operation Centers within my region and the State Emergency Operations Center.  She did a masterful job of applying the ideas from the design team into exercise products.  She and her team were of great assistance during the implementation of the exercise as well.  I am looking forward to working with Mandy and her team in the future. 


Keven Clouse, Field Coordinator, Ohio Emergency Management Agency