Following religious attacks in Monsey and Texas, global security webcast

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“Minimize threats to you and your congregation through awareness.” International security expert Patrick Brosnan will lead a free webcast on securing houses of worship.

The time to secure our sacred houses of worship is at hand.

In the wake of two violent attacks targeting religion, international security expert Patrick Brosnan will lead a free webcast on securing houses of worship.

Brosnan will be joined by a panel of experts with deep levels of experience Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Anti-Terrorism.

All are welcome to this online webcast hosted by Brosnan, a former NYPD detective with extensive field experience whose Brosnan Smart Security Solutions firm protects a global clientele 24 hours a day. Visit https://brosnanrisk.com/webcast to register for this webcast, which will be held at 1 pm EST on January 21, 2020.

The urgency and immediacy of this webcast is underscored by the recent machete attack on a Hanukkah celebration in Monsey, New York that injured five people; and a shooting at a church in Texas that left two dead.

From the front lines of securing high-risk targets, Brosnan will share strategies that will allow people of all faiths to maintain their security while focusing on their higher calling in an age of reckless rampage. Implementing stricter building security measures inside a house of worship and maintaining one’s individual safety in the face of terror will be among the many issues analyzed.

“The time to secure our sacred houses of worship is at hand,” said Brosnan, whose firm stepped up in the wake of the Monsey attack to assist police with armed guards and technology at no charge. “Let’s all work together to make our communities safer.”

Brosnan Smart Security Solutions is based in Pearl River, New York.

Visit http://www.brosnanrisk.com for information.

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