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Advice From A Risk Detective Second Edition: At Home, At School, At Work, Online, And On the Road Paperback – May 29, 2013
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Annie Searle is Principal of ASA Risk Consultants, an independent consulting and research firm that provides confidential assessments of existing corporate plans, identifies gaps and offers customized road maps to increase resiliency. The ASA Institute for Risk and Innovation helps drive policy change in areas ranging from critical infrastructure resilience, to financial regulation, digital privacy and crisis management. More information can be found at www.anniesearle.com. Searle is an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington’s School of Information and a lifetime member of The Institute of American Entrepreneurs. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame for Women in Homeland Security and Emergency Management in 2011. Since 2007, she is one of roughly 60 thought leaders invited to New York University’s global risk roundtable. Searle’s first book is titled "Advice From A Risk Detective" and focuses on identifying and handling personal risk at home, at school, at work, online, and on the road. Searle’s firm published a collection of 22 research notes titled "Reflections on Risk" in 2012. A second volume of research notes will follow this summer. Prior to founding ASA in 2009, Searle spent ten years at Washington Mutual Bank where she was responsible on a company-wide level for business continuity, disaster recovery, technology risk and compliance, technology change management, and (for several years) for vendor and application information security. Searle holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in literature from the University of Iowa. She is a member of the board of the Seattle Public Library Foundation and founder/co-chair of WashingtonFIRST. Her professional affiliations include Business Executives for National Security; the Women’s Executive Forum; the International Network of Women in Emergency Management; InfraGard; and the Global Association of Risk Partners (GARP). --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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