Monday, February 2, 2009

Clayton Consultants Hosts Houston Panel, Addresses Global Security Issues

Clayton Consultants, a Triple Canopy company and global crisis management consultancy, will hold a panel discussion, "Security Threats in World Markets," on Feb. 4, 2009 in Houston, Texas.

Hosted in coordination with the Greater Houston Partnership, the event will highlight the security challenges facing multinational corporations, including kidnappings, terrorism, insurgency and modern-day piracy. The discussion will primarily focus on security threats in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.

"Security awareness training prior to an incident is critical in preparing organizations for the challenges they may encounter in hotspots around the world," said Lee Van Arsdale, CEO of Triple Canopy. "This panel discussion will help participants understand the complex security risks unique to each region."

For more information on the event and to register, please go to the international business events listing

About Clayton Consultants, a Triple Canopy Company

Clayton Consultants, a Triple Canopy company, is a crisis management security consultancy offering incident response, security consulting and training services to clients across the globe. Clayton Consultants specializes in the prevention and resolution of kidnaps-for-ransom, extortions, malicious product tampering and client risk. Triple Canopy, an integrated security solutions company, acquired Clayton in 2007. Triple Canopy mitigates risk and develops comprehensive security programs for government agencies, private corporations and non-governmental organizations worldwide. The company's assessments, training, crisis management, protective and support services help customers create and sustain secure business environments.

About the Greater Houston Partnership

The Greater Houston Partnership is the primary advocate of Houston's business community and is dedicated to building regional economic prosperity. It represents 10 counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller. With about 2,000 Member organizations, the Partnership represents approximately one-fifth of the region's work force. Visit the Greater Houston Partnership at

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