ASIS Finland & Tietoturva ry – yhteistyötapahtuma

Cognitive and human skills that a Security Professional must have when working on projects in conflict or post-conflict countries
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Tapahtuma on 13.04.2021 17:00 – 18:30 Google Meetsin kautta
Speaker: Javier Balandín MBA CPP SRMC AfCGI CiiSCM
Summary: Human beings are entities whose nervous system allows us to carry out many mental processes, which enables us to have a large number of cognitive abilities that we use adaptively to adapt and survive in different environments.
There are already capabilities to respond to the threat. Still, given the seriousness of its potential effects, it is essential to combine existing ones with others deemed necessary to develop, in a joint and coordinated approach that optimises available resources, encompassing human resources, preparation, materials, facilities, a chain of command and structure.
What do you think are the cognitive capacities that we will have to develop to survive in a project in a hostile area/country? Let´s take a look!
Speaker bio:
  • 10 years experience from the Spanish Special Forces (Green Beret) retired as Platoon Commander
  • 17 years as security manager and security consultant in various hotspots across Europe, North, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East;
  • Mission Security Officer for the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX)
  • International Security Manager, Close Protection Program of the EU Delegation to Pakistan
  • International Security & Risk Consultant, Amarante International
  • Project Security Manager, Power Plant Balingue, Malí
  • Executive Protection Program for high profile British Family
Training and Experience comprise
  • Emergency planning, crisis management, security risk and threat assessments
  • Close protection and security force assistance