Gilmore Selected to Lead Business and Organizational Security Management

| September 27, 2013


David Gilmore has been selected to lead the Business and Organizational Security Management (BOSM) program in Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology.

Gilmore has been a member of the graduate faculty at Webster since 1994, and he currently serves as an adjunct professor and area mentor in the National Capital Region. He teaches courses in the areas of emergency planning and terrorism/extremist activity, and has also taught at The George Washington University.

The Business and Organizational Security Management program focuses on strategic aspects of the field including: government security management, legal and ethical issues in business security management, business assets protection, terrorism and extremist activity, violence in the workplace, emergency planning and information systems security.

Read more about Gilmore, a retired U.S. Army Military Police Officer and certified protection professional (CPP), in this post at the Walker School blog.

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