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True Security Expert

Michael is always available to discuss our network security needs and immerses himself in the details. If we ever had a a question or issue he personally involved himself in the resolution. Michael is also very willing to help educate and provide critical knowledge transfer to ensure that his clients had a clear understanding of the services he provided and the technology behind it. A true security expert.

James Voros, Vice President of IT, Greenwich AssociatesGreenwich Associates

Consummate InfoSec Professional

Michael Scheidell is a great example of a consummate information security professional. Michael contributed a great deal to the successful implementation of our Information Security Program at Banco Internacional De Costa Rica when I was the V.P. of IT at that institution. Michael understands the importance of identifying the risk inherent on a network infrastructure, but more importantly, he is able to design and implement solutions that would minimize those risks to an acceptable level.

Ray Guzman, Former VP of IT

Physical security services placekeeper.

 

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  • Firearms Training 3
  • Gun Control is important:

    1. Muzzle Control: Don't EVER point your firearm at anything you don't want to destroy.
    2. Trigger Control: Don't put your finger on the trigger until you have your target identified and sighted in.
    3. Breathing Control: BREATH, steady. Don't hyperventilate, and don't hold your breath long enough to pass out.

    The following classes are taught by an NRA Certified Firearms Instructor.

  • FEMA Non-profit Security Grant Program 3
  • Nonprofit Security Grant Program

    The Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) plays an important role in the implementation of the National Preparedness System by supporting the development and sustainment of core capabilities. Core capabilities are essential for the execution of each of the five mission areas outlined in the National Preparedness Goal.

    1. you need a DUNS number
    2. you need a SAM number
    3. Get a DUNS and SAM number before you contact us
    4. contact us 30 days before deadline. 2018 deadline was june 20th, 2019 was April 12th.

     

    To get your Physical Risk Assessment and Corrective Action plan, you must act quickly.  Contact (561) 948-1305 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Non-profits that qualify must have a DUNS number and a government SAM number. It could take 4 weeks for each, so if you don't a SAM number, it is too late this year.  Make sure you get yours for next year.

    Welcome to the D&B D-U-N-S Request Service for US Federal Government Contractors and Assistance Awardees

     The System for Award Management (SAM) is an official website of the U.S. government. There is no cost to use SAM.

    Official FEMA NSGP web site: https://www.fema.gov/nonprofit-security-grant-program