InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance presents:

InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance presents:
Security & Investigations – Beyond Bank Robberies
FBI Active Shooter
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Optum Conference Center
Please note the 2015 change of venue:
13625 Technology Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
NOTE: This event is for InfraGard members only. You must have a photo ID to attend.
Registration is required by January 14th Click Here to Register
Registration Opens
1:00 – 1:30
Welcome and Chapter Business
Elizabeth Stevens – President
1:30 – 1:45
2015 Board Elections
Jerrod Montoya – Vice President
Achieving Operational Excellence and Resiliency in
Michael Bacon
Managing Partner, Rezolvrizk
1:45 – 2:45
Former Wells Fargo Bank EVP and Chief Security Officer
2:45 – 3:00
Networking Break
3:00 – 4:00
FBI Active Shooter Presentation
Special Agent Joseph Malhoit
FBI Minneapolis Division Training Coordinator
Join speakers and board members for complimentary appetizers immediately
following the meeting:
Kona Grill
11997 Singletree Lane, Eden Prairie, MN
Thank you to sponsor partner
InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance, PO Box 46224, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Speaker Biographies and Presentation Abstracts
Michael J Bacon
The last several years have brought new business challenges and more corporate
risks than ever before. For many companies, the economic crisis was
accompanied by a barrage of new security challenges, risks, threats and actual
incidents which, in turn, negatively impacted operations, facilities, employees,
customers, and reputations. Wells Fargo Bank, classified as a “systemically
important financial institution” and part of the U.S. critical infrastructure,
experienced several publicly visible incidents and investigations which challenged
its entire corporate security organization. They worked through the largest
financial institution organizational integration in history, with the acquisition of
Wachovia, and doubled its size and scope of responsibilities to over 10K locations and 280K employees
worldwide. With its new size came an increase in workplace violence incidents, burglaries, robberies, and
-how can we forget -the ‘Occupy” protests and the accompanying demonstrations and executive
threats. The security organization and its collaborative business partners not only survived these
challenges, but they thrived! So how did they do it?
We will hear from Michael Bacon as he discusses best practices in developing a sustainable security
organization that is capable of protecting a company’s assets, and people while responding to changing
business needs and threat environments. He will discuss the people, processes, and procedures required
to achieve “operational excellence and resiliency” in security.
Michael recently departed Wells Fargo after a fourteen year career and started Rezolvrizk, a risk
management resource firm focused on assisting companies in resolving their security and investigative
risks. At Wells Fargo, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Security Officer for the Corporate
Security and Internal Investigation programs. The programs consisted of ten divisions* supported by r
500+ professionals whose mission was to mitigate risk and loss associated with physical security
incidents and team member misconduct matters. *Corporate Investigations, Internal Fraud Detection,
Enterprise Services, Computer Forensics, Physical Security, Security Project Management, Security
Equipment Services, Executive Protection, Uniformed Services, and two 24/7 Security Response Centers.
Prior to Wells Fargo, he served in leadership positions for 13 years at Bank of America. He is an active
member of ASIS, HTCIA, ISSA, and the IIA. He maintains certification as a Certified Protection
Professional, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, and a Senior Professional in Human
Resources. He has a degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Texas / Arlington
and an Executive Master’s Degree in General Business Administration from the University of Maryland.
SA Joseph Malhoit
Active shooter situations are possible wherever people gather: school, work, places of worship, sporting
events, etc. The Minneapolis FBI has developed an hour-long presentation specifically addressing
business environments. During this presentation, SA Joseph Malhoit will cover both what to do in an
active shooter situation to increase the probability of survival and how to identify potential pre-event
indicators of a person preparing to embark on a mass violence event. He will also look at past mass
violence events and the research and statistics related to active shooters.
Special Agent Joseph Malhoit earned a BS in Pastoral Studies from North Central University and a MA in
Psychology from St. Mary’s University. SA Malhoit has been an FBI Agent for 17 years, and was
previously assigned to White Collar Crime, Domestic Terrorism and Violent Crime with an emphasis on
Child Prostitution. For the past year, SA Malhoit has been the Training Coordinator for the Minneapolis
FBI Office. During his FBI career, SA Malhoit has been a Crisis Negotiator, the Employee Assistance
Coordinator, a Relief Supervisor and the Crimes Against Children Coordinator. SA Malhoit has given
numerous Active Shooter Presentations over the past year in a variety of settings.
InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance, PO Box 46224, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
General Meetings: CHANGE IN DATES: Starting in March, meetings are held on the third Monday in March, July,
September and November. Registration starts at 12:30, and meetings end at 4;00. In May, InfraGard participates in the
Secure360 conference.
New website: We have created a new chapter website at
Dues: Annual tax-deductible chapter dues are $25.00. Pay by check or cash at meetings, or via our website. Monies
are used with chapter Board approval to support business costs including program speaker and volunteer recognition,
P2CAT training, among other things.
Corporate Sponsors: If you are interested, contact Board Member Vickie Miller [email protected]
BERM2015: InfraGard will again sponsor the Business Emergency and Risk Management (BERM) Conference,
held this year on March 18, 2015 at the Hennepin Technical College Brooklyn Park campus. Presenters include many
InfraGard members and partners - visit the BERM website for more information.
Secure360 has its 10th anniversary conference this year on May 12-13 at the Saint Paul River Centre. Early bird
registration ends February 11, 2015. As an affiliate to UMSA, InfraGard supports this annual conference and
members receive a discount: use code SEC15 to when registering via
FBI InfraGard Coordinator
Special Agent John Bonhage
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Minneapolis Division Field Office
Meeting Location
UnitedHealth Group is the 2015 location sponsor. General membership meetings are held at:
Optum Conference Center
13625 Technology Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance, PO Box 46224, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Parking Ramp
Skyway to
Building B
Parking Ramp
Guests who are not employees may park
in the guest parking areas, or any other
open (non-reserved) spots.
Elevators to
Level LL
Directions to Conference Center
Walk across the skyway from parking
ramp level P4, entering into Building C
Level 2. Check in with Security at the
desk to the left.
Take the elevators or the stairs all the way
down to Level LL to the Conference
All InfraGard
members must
have photo ID
and wear
nametags while
in the building.
InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance, PO Box 46224, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Skyway from
Parking Lot
Stairs to
Level LL
InfraGard Minnesota Members Alliance, PO Box 46224, Eden Prairie, MN 55344