“Mr. Bennett once again has assisted me in my endeavors as a security and protection professional. His book not only assists in helping prepare for the ISP certification, it provides first hand insight and mentoring on how to advance your career goals in this complex field. ”
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Not too long ago, Jeff Bennett left a successful Army career. He had served in intelligence and transportation, and wrapped up his career in recruiting. By far, the most difficult but rewarding period had been his experience as a recruiter. Tell a soldier to take a hill in the heat of battle and he’ll do it and exceed whatever standards you give. However, tell him to successfully encourage people to leave everything they know to become a soldier…that’s a tougher task. Hence, Army recruiting has taught Jeff everything about real marketing.
Prior to his departure from the Army, Jeff read all of the books he could on marketing, sales, interviewing and resume writing. Almost everything he read revealed the same message: Find something you are good at and do it. It took a while, but the message hit home. Jeff met many local business owners who found themselves succeeding in business doing something they enjoyed.
In his journey to find the right business, Jeff took a job in industrial security. It was fun, and he could use his strengths and the transferable skills he had learned in the Army to begin a new niche career. As he learned the intricacies of serving as a Facility Security Officer (FSO), he learned about the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), and oversight by Defense Security Services (DSS). Jeff obtained certifications as an FSO and Industrial Security Professional (ISP). He also developed a new goal: to be considered a security specialist or expert within five years.
One vital ingredient to Red Bike Publishing’s success is that there are no other comprehensive study books. Jeff began selling an eBook version of ISP Certification- The Industrial Security Professional Exam Manual on his website. His business plan called for publishing an eBook to simulate a real test-taking environment. However, his customers’ feedback led him to change the plan to offer print versions. Now, the books are available everywhere.
This experience led Jeff to write his first security book and market it using the website www.ispcert.com. He has since created Red Bike Publishing and its website at www.redbikepublishing.com, all because of similar shortages in niche resources. Currently, he is meeting more needs with many more books such as NISPOM and ITAR, and he also offers FSO and NISPOM training, initial security briefings and security awareness training. What began as a desire to teach other security professionals how to study for the exam and maximize their chances of passing, has grown to address other specialized industry and hobby shortfalls.
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Jeff teaches and presents at Society of Industrial Security Professionals (NCMS), American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS), The University of Alabama in Huntsville and many other venues. Contact him for FSO training, NISPOM training, security clearances, niche publishing or more information at email@example.com
Jeffrey W. Bennett, Industrial Security Professional (ISP), Security Asset Protection Professional Certification (SAPPC), MBA has a combined twenty-five years experience in the National Industrial Security Program. He is a former Army officer who has served in military intelligence and logistics and speaks three languages. He has an M.B.A. from Columbia College and a Masters Degree in Acquisitions and Procurement Management from Webster University. He is board-certified to protect classified information and holds both the NCMS Industrial Security Professional (ISP) and the Department of Defense Security Professional Fundamental Certification (SPFC) certifications. He speaks, writes and provides products to help professionals better protect sensitive and classified information. Jeff is a featured speaker in many venues. He teaches a security management course using DoD Security Clearance and Contracts Guidebook as the text at University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAHuntsville). Jeff has also provided interviews for security related magazines. Jeff has published articles in On Mission magazine, ClearanceJobs.com, ezinearticles.com and many blogs.
John William Davis is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, his hometown. He is a retired Army officer and federal civil servant whose life’s travels brought him into contact with a host of different people in the most unlikely of circumstances. A linguist, former combat arms and counterintelligence officer, he is an observer of the world, the better to try to understand it. He lives with his wife Jane in Athens, Alabama, near his three grown sons.
Jim graduated from the University of Cincinnati; Delta Tau Delta Fraternity member. He served four years in the U.S. Navy. While in the Navy, he lived in Japan for four years and served on board the USS Independence (CV-62). Jim backpacked throughout Asia numerous times; climbed Mt. Fuji, and is an avid sports fan. Jim worked at a little convenience store for six years in high school and college and in the packaged ice industry for 18 years before joining the Navy. Jim currently is a operations manager serving in the aviation industry. Jim’s first book was Go the Distance (2011). He and his loving wife Tarla of 15 years, have an adorable ten year old daughter, Maggie. The Serger family lives in Carmel, Indiana.