Presented by: Rob Yandow
Acts of violence can occur at any House of Worship and can impact members of every faith. Whether targeted specifically to the house of worship or the result of carryover from another event, preparation is the key to protecting the house of worship and its members. This webinar will address the types of violence that can occur and what steps can be taken to prepare for, and respond to, hostile events. Examples of violence at houses of worship will be discussed along with the various motivating factors for the attackers.
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May 26th, 2021 - Intro to CISA and Cybersecurity Resources - Ben Gilbert
April 14th, 2021 - I Did What I Believed Was Right - Bill Gardner
March 10th, 2021 - Safeguarding the Bioeconomy - Edward You
January 27th, 2021 - Greg Carden Presents: Introduction to CISA
November 18, 2020 - Machine Learning for SQL Injection Attack Detection by Tony Leonard
April 28th 2020 - Social Engineering in Non-Linear Warfare by Bill Garner
March 30th 2020 - FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Facility Tour
Feburary 26th, 2020 - Introduction to InfraGard® 2020 by Phil Loftis
These videos have been produced by the FBI. IWVMA is providing links to these videos to facilitate IWVMA member education. IWVMA does not represent the FBI and does not take responsibility for the video content.
The Nevernight ConnectionProduced by the FBI and inspired by true events (i.e., the espionage investigation and prosecution offormer CIA officer Kevin Mallory), The Nevernight Connection (26 minutes in length) details the fictional account of a former U.S. Intelligence Community official who was targeted by a foreign intelligence service via a fake profile on a professional networking site and recruited to turn over classified information.
The Company Man - Protecting America's SecretsProduced by the FBI, The Company Man: Protecting America's Secrets (36 minutes in length) is based on an FBI economic espionage and theft of trade secrets investigation which involved the Pittsburgh Corning company. The successful investigation ended with the conviction of two People's Republic of China (PRC) subjects, who tried to buy trade secrets from a confidential human source (CHS) at Pittsburgh Corning; Pittsburgh Corning cooperated fully with the FBI.
Game of Pawns - The Glenn Duffie Shriver StoryProduced by the FBI, Game of Pawns (28 minutes in length) is based on the true story of Michigan college student Glenn Duffie Shriver, who was recruited by a Chinese intelligence service to spy on the U.S. Facing a potential 10-year sentence, Shriver pled guilty to one-count of conspiracy to provide national defense information (NDI) to intelligence officers of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and was sentenced to four years in prison.