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Watermark Accepts Award for Best Places to Work 2019

Watermark is thrilled to have accepted the award for the Best Places to Work 2019 in the Washington, D.C. Area for the second consecutive year at a special gala in May. The award, bestowed by the Washington Business Journal, was presented to Watermark at a reception on May 16th at the MGM National Harbor Hotel […]

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Watermark’s Dr. Jennifer Hesterman Receives ASIS’s 2019 Security Industry Book of the Year Award

Watermark is proud to announce that Dr. Jennifer Hesterman, Watermark’s Vice President of Education Services, has won the prestigious ASIS 2019 Security Industry Book of the Year award for her book, Soft Target Hardening: Protecting People From Attack (2nd edition), published by Routledge, a Taylor & Francis Group. ASIS is a U.S.-based professional organization for […]

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Watermark and SAIC Named as Finalists in the SECAF Mentor-Protégé Program of the Year

Watermark Risk Management International, a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business, leading provider of innovative security and risk-management consulting services, was honored to be selected as a finalist in the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum’s (SECAF) Annual Government Contractor Awards. Watermark nominated SAIC (formerly Engility Corp) for the SECAF Mentor-Protégé Program of the Year Award and both […]

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Tighten Your Processes to Improve Your Business

What could you accomplish if you stopped thinking about “this one time?” and tightened your processes to improve your business? Denise Limato, Watermark’s Vice President of Organizational Optimization Services, lays it out for you. Let’s talk about “isms,” those colorful sayings people use to help make their point. These are the thought processes that inhibit companies […]

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Battlefield in the Mind

Dr. Jennifer Hesterman, Watermark’s Vice President of Business Resiliency and Education Services, and a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, is warning of a new security challenge facing the U.S. and its allies — the battlefield in the mind. “​The people arrested in al Qaeda plots after 9/11 are coming out of prison in the next […]

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  • Is Your Polling Location Safe?

    5 Nov 2018

    By Dr. Jenni Hesterman Disgruntled individuals and/or terrorist groups targeting the U.S. are looking for opportunities to impact the election or, at the least, get press coverage through an attack. Striking a soft target, like a polling place, is a distinct possibility. Be aware of the risk. Millions of Americans will exercise their right to […]

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  • Soft Target Hardening: Protecting People from Attack

    23 Oct 2018

    The primary objective of soft target hardening is to stop the fight before it starts. The U.S government spends billions of dollars to secure strategic and tactical assets at home and abroad against enemy and terrorist attack. However, as hard targets, such as military installations and government buildings, are further strengthened, vulnerable soft targets are increasingly […]

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  • Watermark Named to Inc. Magazine’s List of Fastest Growing Companies

    9 Oct 2018

    Watermark Risk Management International, LLC, a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) and a leading provider of innovative security and risk-management consulting services, was recently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine, and awarded their most prestigious honor for private businesses. Watermark is thrilled to announce we have been named […]

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  • Are You Ready to Red Team?

    25 Sep 2018

    Watermark has seen a significant upswing in our clients asking us to support them with “red teaming.” Most security professionals know (or perhaps think they know) all about red teaming – it’s a concept that has been around for decades.  We’re fortunate to be friends and colleagues with Dr. Mark Mateski, whom we consider the […]

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  • Leveraging Technology: Communicating and Surviving During Crisis

    12 Sep 2018

    by Dr. Jenni Hesterman When planning the handling of emergencies and crisis in the workplace, consider using your smartphone as virtual assistant and even a life-saving tool. “Your smart phone has more computer power than all of NASA back in 1969, when it placed two astronauts on the moon.” ~Dr. Michio Kaku, American Physicist and […]

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