Have you been thinking about transitioning into corporate security? Today’s guest, Carlos Francisco, has guided corporate security teams for some of the biggest brands out there, from Disney to Amazon to Facebook. Adam and Carlos break down what it takes to transition into corporate security; the mindset, how to interview well, the cultural differences, and more. Carlos understands what is impactful and has spent years helping people transition from law enforcement, military, and federal jobs into the corporate security world.
AeroDefense offers solutions to detect drones and pilots at correctional facilities, stadiums, critical infrastructure, and other high value targets. AeroDefense’s drone detection system, AirWarden™, detects and locates both drone and pilot simultaneously providing actionable intelligence for security teams to respond effectively (and safely) to drone threats. It clicked for Founding CEO Linda Ziemba in 2015 after a drone crashed the US Open Tennis Tournament, she knew then this was a threat that would escalate and she was compelled to find a solution. Listen to this episode to hear the evolution of this truly innovative product and service.
Kent Moyer started his career in executive protection at Playboy and now owns the World Protection Group. In this episode, Kent is going to share how WPG is using drone technology to secure the estates of billionaires and conduct other private security and investigation operations.
After spending a career as a federal agent, Scot Walker made a move into corporate security in silicon valley. He is now a Global Risk & Crisis Management Advisor with the Sentinel Resource Group & Mantle Advisors. Scot has a passion for helping cops who want to transition into corporate security themselves, and hosts a series of videos on LinkedIn called How to Transition from Law Enforcement to Corporate Security.