Mike Penders to conduct ISO 27000 Lead Auditor/Implementer Course,
Security University, Herndon, Virginia; November 4-8 2013.
ISO 27000 (ISO 27K) is the international standard for Best Practices in
Implementing an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
ISO 27K is the comprehensive risk management framework to assure continuous
improvement in Cyber Security for all public and private sector enterprises.
Certification to ISO 27000 validates an organization's compliance with legal
and customer requirements, cyber security standards, as well as government
mandates and policy directives.
Security University's ISO 27K Lead Implementer/Auditor course qualifies
students to design, implement and audit Information Security Management
Systems designed to meet cyber security requirements in every critical
infrastructure sector. The course includes training in comprehensive Risk
Assessment methodologies, Quality Management Systems (QMS), Disaster
Recovery, Business Continuity, and Auditing. These processed are all
required by ISO 27001:2005, national standards (NIST 800), and well as new
cyber security regulations and government programs (FISMA and PS-Prep). More information here.
510 Spring Street Suite 130,
Herndon VA 20170 work 203.357.7744
Mike Penders addresses Government Security Conference
on Integrated Risk Management
Rockville Chapter, Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA)
admitted to Maryland’s Green Registry, July 2013.
ASIS NCC February 2013 Chapter Meeting
New Standards and National Policy for Risk Assessment, Cyber and Security Management
Monday, February 11, 2013
Michael Penders presents an overview of these standards and how they have been applied to various critical infrastructures,
achieving compliance and ensuring a more cohesive and thorough security approach. More information here.
ESI Clients ANAB Certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2005 for Best
Practices in Information Security Management Systems.
Carlstadt, New Jersey, January, 2013
Michael Penders presented at the TRB Annual Conference, Wash DC, on "Risk Assessment and Certification for Ports and Impacts on the Supply Chain." January 2013.
Mike Penders to address international Counter Terror Conference
on Supply Chain and Cyber Security, Washington DC, May 17th.
ESI L3C Chairman serves as Judge for Secretary of Defense
Awards for Environmental Excellence. Pentagon, June 2012
Michael Penders addresses UN Human Rights Conference,
Calls for greater Self Governance, Democracy, Rule of Law
for the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and South Asia.
United Nations Palace of Nations, Geneva, March 2012.
Click here for the presentation.
Standards for Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Security Management: ISO 28000
Assuring Safety, Security, and Sustainability using supply chain analysis, planning, and integrated Quality Management Systems.
Click here for the presentation.
Mike Penders moderates panel on "New Standards and National Policy for Integrated Supply Chain Security" at TRB Annual Conference, Wash DC,
Jan. 25th, 2012. See White House National Strategy at:
Dave Ronald addresses Auditing Roundtable Conference on the "Role of Lawyers
and Auditors in Corporate Governance" Phoenix, Arizona Jan. 10th, 2012.
Two ESI Clients pass ISO 27001:2005 3rd party audits, September 30th, 2011
Mike Penders addresses Transportation Research Board’s Security Summit on
Integrated Supply Chain Security, Irvine, California August 23rd, 2011
Resources on the Roof of the World: International Politics
and Sustainable Development in the Greater Himalayan Region
Wednesday, 27 July 2011, 3:00-5:00 pm
Tufail Ahmed, Middle East Media Research Institute
Sumit Ganguly, Indiana University
Syed Iqbal Hasnain, The Stimson Center
Mumtaz Khan, International Centre for Peace and Democracy
David Michel, The Stimson Center
Mike Penders, Environmental Security International
Senge Sering, The Institute for Gilgit Baltistan Studies
For more information Click here.
Balawaristan National Front Conference in Brussels
Addresses Pakistan and China's Role in Occupied Gilgit-Baltistan
May 6, 2011
Balawaristan National Front (BNF) held a seminar titled "A Critical But Unknown Pivot of South Asia Under Threat" at the University Foundation Club, Brussels. Dr. Michael Penders, Environmental Security International L3C, chaired the first session of the conference. Dr. Ngawang Choephel chaired the second session. Mumtaz Khan of ICFPD was the moderator for both sessions on May 5, 2011.
Complete article and pictures here.
Paul Penn addresses Conference on the Future of Information
Sharing among Emergency Responders and the Military
April 28th, 2011 | Indian Wells, California.
Moderator: Mr. Randel Zeller, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Robert Espinosa, Fire Chief, City of Rialto, California
Mr. Jeffrey L. Rubin, Chief, Disaster Medical Services Division (Ret.),
California Emergency Medical Services Authority
Mr. Shannon Dicus, Lieutenant, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, Technical Services
Mr. Todd Paterson, Lieutenant, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
Mr. Paul Penn, President, EnMagine, Inc.
Mike Penders to Address EU Parliament Conference on Environmental Security in South Asia.
May 5th, 2011 | Brussels
See the conference's section of the UNPO website.
ESI L3C’s Mike Penders to Address Trans-Action Conference
on Supply Chain Security, ISO 28000
April 6th, 2011 | Atlantic City
ESI L3C’s Chairman to Judge the Secretary of Defense’s
Environmental Excellence Awards
The Pentagon | June 6th, 2011
40th Annual Conference on Environmental Law
March 17-19, 2011 | The Grand America
Salt Lake City, UT
This year we celebrate 40 years of the Annual Conference on Environmental Law! This conference continues to be one of the most important
educational and professional gatherings available for environmental law practitioners including academics, nonprofit lawyers, in-house counsel,
and government lawyers. The conference, formerly residing in Keystone, has grown over the years into three days of cutting-edge plenary and breakout
sessions, packed with keynote speakers, expert panels, and an abundance of networking opportunities. But don’t worry —
we are still near the fabulous ski hills around Salt Lake City, Utah! Along with these outstanding sessions, meeting
highlights include networking opportunities, public service activities, and a ruby red anniversary celebration of the
40th anniversary of the Annual Conference on Environmental Law.
Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Laws: A Conversation
with the Former Head of EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division
Thursday, February 3, 2011
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CT 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. MT/9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. PT<
This teleconference will feature a one-on-one conversation with Fred Burnside, who until January 2011 served as the director of
EPA's criminal enforcement division. In this position, Mr. Burnside was responsible for setting enforcement priorities and overseeing
the work of close to 200 criminal agents investigating environmental crimes throughout the nation. This teleconference offers a unique
opportunity to hear about EPA's criminal enforcement program from a high ranking government official with detailed knowledge of how the
program operates. Mr. Burnside will provide his insight into what EPA looks for in investigating environmental crimes, how best to approach
the agency while an investigation is pending, and how to avoid running afoul of environmental regulators in the first instance.