Many private security companies don’t conduct risk assessments...

Because they think they are too time consuming or too expensive. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. Risk assessments save security companies and their clients money and headaches by using data to proactively protect against credible security threats to the property.

In this webinar, Alexander Feil, CEO of EasySet, will explain exactly why security risk assessments are a necessity for any security company looking to grow and how you can conduct highly effective assessments that will impress your clients without breaking the bank.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why conducting a risk assessment during the bidding process is so important
  • Best practices for conducting every stage of a risk assessment - from intelligence collection to report writing
  • What to show your client to convince them to implement your suggested solutions
  • How to analyze data you collect during the assessment process to effectively and proactively protect any property
  • The tools & templates that make conducting the risk assessment process faster, cheaper, and more effective

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Meet Our Guest Speaker

Alexander Feil

CEO, EasySet

Alexander Feil has an extensive career in intelligence collection analysis in both the public and private sectors. After graduating from Fordham University, Alex spent a year employed as a safari guide stationed in East Africa, hosting clients from around the world. Alex returned to the US and joined the Marine Corps serving in Afghanistan as an Intelligence Officer and Scout Sniper Platoon Commander. After achieving the rank of Captain, Alex transitioned to the private sector, operating as the Intelligence Manager for an LA-based executive protection firm.

In 2018, Alex established a tech startup called EasySet, a software platform designed to assist security professionals to conduct physical security assessment reports. Mr. Feil currently lives in California with his wife and children serving as the Lead Investigator and co-founder for Sourced Intelligence and the CEO for EasySet.

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