Nerd Out is stepping out on its own… To complement our monthly Gate 15 Podcast, and following the inaugural Security Panel Discussion in April, Dave Pounder is taking his band of merry men and women to discuss various security topics and show their true “nerd” related to security matters.
- In this episode Dave (@dpounder) is again joined again by Travis Moran and Andy Jabbour as they welcome Tamara Herold to discuss the latest protests, what some of the notable takeaways, impacts, and considerations for organizations, and some ideas on where protests may be going as we move forward.
Nerd Out! Guests:
- Dr. Tamara D. Herold is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Graduate Director at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). She serves as Director of the Crowd Management Research Council and Associate Director of the Center for Crime and Justice Policy. Dr. Herold co-developed the internationally recognized violence reduction strategy P.I.V.O.T. (Place-based Investigations of Violent Offender Territories). P.I.V.O.T. is designed to stop shootings in chronically violent urban locations. Read more here.
- Travis Moran is the Vice President of Operations for Welund North America, and a long-time friend to Gate 15, having contributed his perspective to various reports and analyses. A retired law enforcement officer, Travis is a drones expert with experience in security across various critical infrastructure. Email email@example.com | Website www.welund.com | twitter: @dronin_on
This Nerd Out! Security Panel Discussion podcast focuses on physical security topics including terrorism, extremism, and hostile events, and other pertinent topics, and is a companion to the soon-to-be-renamed Gate 15 Pod with Andy Jabbour, Jennifer Lyn Walker and David Pounder discussing a wide range of all-hazards topics and issues.
The Gate 15 Podcast and the Nerd Out! Security Panel Discussion are recurring discussion among our team and our valued guests as we explore the all-hazards threats and risks impacting the United States and internationally. As we seek to help apply a threat-informed, risk-based approach to analysis, preparedness and operations, we hope these podcasts are informative and maybe even a little entertaining.