Security Industry Expert Presents at Festivals & Events Conference Orlando, FL- Security industry expert, Michael Julian presented at the Florida Festivals and Events Association conference on the topic of threat and risk management for event professionals. The conference incorporates over 40 educational seminars, roundtable discussions and idea labs, one of which includes a personal speaking engagement with Michael Julian, president/ CEO of National Business Investigations, Inc. and MPS Security & Protection. Event Management and MPS Security are the perfect combination for security planning.
“A critical step in the event planning process is to evaluate and prepare for potential security incidents. Security should never be overlooked,” shares Michael Julian. “In my seminar event management professionals learned the process of planning and preparing for an incident, response and reaction, and evaluation of the incident for future reference.”
Having worked in the investigations and security industry since 1985, Mike regularly teaches continuing education courses on topics such as business, technology, witness locates, asset discovery, and surveillance techniques. He is a graduate of the Executive Protection Institute, Executive Security International and member of the Nine Lives Associates.
After joining the California Association of Licensed Investigators in 1995, he served as a District Governor, member of the Legislation and Technology Committees, Education & Training Task Force, chaired the Bi-Laws Committee and held the Vice President of Administrative Services position for five terms before becoming president in 2012 and 2013.
National Business Investigations, founded by Michael’s father in 1967, has provided executive and asset protection services to corporate executives, celebrities, natural and man-made disaster victims and persons at risk, as well as investigative services to the corporate and private sector for more than four decades. He educates on a variety of topics, such as Executive Protection at government organizations, schools and industry conferences. He is one of less than 50 Certified Security Professionals in California.