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The Philadelphia Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Invites Our Chapter Members & Guests to an Evening of Socializing, Networking and Training

Date: November 14, 2019

Time: 6pm – 9 pm

Speaker: Dale Yeager, Forensic Profiler – CEO of SERAPH Corporation

Topic: ADVANCED INVESTIGATION & FORENSIC INTERVIEWING TACTICS –

ACTION LAB: A Radical Approach to Due Diligence, Advanced Assessment and Forensic Interviewing

 One hour of CPE credit

Click the link to get your ticket.  PayPal payments preferred to reserve your spot today:

Philadelphia ACFE Registration Link

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SERAPH is a proud supporter of Kiva Compassion International the OSS Society UN Watch and the Semper Fi Fund

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2019 Caribbean travel: What islands are safe?

Travel Alert SERAPH

If you’re planning a trip to the Caribbean or Central America, the U.S. State Department has published a list of travel advisories alerting tourists about what destinations they need to be wary of, and which ones are considered safe, or the least risky. 

There are four categories of travel advisories: “Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions”; “Level Two: Exercise Increased Caution”; “Level 3: Reconsider Travel” and “Level 4: Do Not Travel.”

Here’s the breakdown as of July 22, 2019:

Level 1: No travel alerts

  • Anguilla
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Aruba
  • Barbados
  • Bonaire
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Costa Rica
  • Curacao

K-12 SCHOOLS ARE EXPERIENCING A SIGNIFICANT RISE IN CYBER BREACHES

school cybersecurity

Data & Statistics reported/outlined by The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center

2018 revealed that school districts are not immune to the same types of data breaches and cybersecurity incidents plaguing the most technologically advanced and well-resourced corporations and government agencies. During 2018, the misuse and abuse of school technology and IT systems resulted in 122 publicly-disclosed K-12 cybersecurity incidents (across 38 states, including NJ). This equates to a rate of about one new publicly-reported incident every three days. The actual circumstances are far worse, given many institutions do not report incidents.

Alarming Facts:

Ryman Hospitality Properties Partners with SERAPH for Security Emergency Management Development

Ryman Hospitality Properties SERAPH

Ryman Hospitality Properties owners such famous iconic facilities as the
Grand Ole Opry and Ole Red has partnered with national security and emergency management firm SERAPH [seraph.net] to develop and implement a improved security management and emergency response program.

Stage one was the training of a team of managers and executives in SERAPH Risk Management program V.I.V.A.

This SERAPH certified training team will provide ongoing training for all employees in the Ryman Hospitality Properties.

“Ryman leadership asked SERAPH to take there current security and emergency management to the next level” states SERAPH CEO Dale Yeager.

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TRAVEL ALERT Mexican Cartels Threatening Tourism in Cancun

Mexico: The whole tourist industry is at risk of being destroyed.

The drug wars are well known and generally kept away from the beach resorts, but right now there is a new threat, even in places like Cancun.

Be warned there are scenes of gang violence you may find disturbing.

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20 Year Anniversary of SERAPH: Fighting Terror, School Violence and Fraud

https://www.seraphproblemsolving.com/

Help prevent crime, protect the innocent from harm and have a positive financial effect on our client’s organizations.

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of SERAPH.

SERAPH was founded in 1996 by Dale Yeager a federally trained Forensic Profiler and Sam Sulliman a legendary Secret Service agent, as a company specializing in training and consulting for the law enforcement industry.

Over the past two decades SERAPH has grown into an international company. SERAPH provides LEGAL, LIABILITY and SECURITY problem solving for the Education, Business, Legal and Government communities.

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China – Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution U.S. Citizens

Travel Alert SERAPH

Exercise increased caution in China due to arbitrary enforcement of local laws as well as special restrictions on dual U.S.-Chinese nationals.

Chinese authorities have asserted broad authority to prohibit U.S. citizens from leaving China by using ‘exit bans,’ sometimes keeping U.S. citizens in China for years. China uses exit bans coercively:

  • to compel U.S. citizens to participate in Chinese government investigations,
  • to lure individuals back to China from abroad, and
  • to aid Chinese authorities in resolving civil disputes in favor of Chinese parties.

TRAVEL 5 Ways to Avoid Bedbugs on Planes

Travel Alert SERAPH

Sorry to give you one more thing to worry about while flying, but bedbug infestations have recently broken out in the sky. It turns out the pests love infrequently cleaned planes nearly as much as they do hotel rooms. I interviewed Dr. Richard Cooper, the Senior Director of Service for Terminix, to find out how you can protect yourself from bedbugs on planes.

Educate Yourself

It’s hard to avoid bedbugs if you don’t know what they look like. Dr. Cooper advises, “These insects are wingless, range in color from a light brown as immatures to a reddish-brown as adults, and range in size from as small as 1/32 of an inch upon hatching from the egg to a quarter-inch as adults. All stages are visible [to] the naked eye.”

5 Ways to Avoid Bedbugs on Planes

Travel Alert SERAPH

Sorry to give you one more thing to worry about while flying, but bedbug infestations have recently broken out in the sky. It turns out the pests love infrequently cleaned planes nearly as much as they do hotel rooms. I interviewed Dr. Richard Cooper, the Senior Director of Service for Terminix, to find out how you can protect yourself from bedbugs on planes.

Educate Yourself

It’s hard to avoid bedbugs if you don’t know what they look like. Dr. Cooper advises, “These insects are wingless, range in color from a light brown as immatures to a reddish-brown as adults, and range in size from as small as 1/32 of an inch upon hatching from the egg to a quarter-inch as adults. All stages are visible [to] the naked eye.”