Caroline Hamilton

Caroline Ramsey Hamilton is a leading threat and risk assessment expert in both physical and IT security. Ramsey-Hamilton was a charter member of the NIST Risk Management Model Builders Workshop, wrote a Defensive Information Warfare Risk Management Model for the Department of Defense, and was on a group to analyze security networks for the National Security Agency. She has developed many specialized risk and threat assessment programs for hospitals, healthcare organizations and large public and private organizations including the DoD, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and companies like Northrop Grumman, AT&T, Parrish Medical, and Magellan Health Services, Inc.

Ramsey-Hamilton serves on the board of the South Florida Chapter of the International Association of Healthcare Safety and Security. In addition, she is also a member of the ASIS Physical Security Council and a 10-year member of the ASIS Information Technology Security Council.

Ramsey-Hamilton recently received the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board Lifetime Achievement Award and the Distinguished Service Award from the Maritime Security Council for her work with international seaport risk and threat assessment models after 9/11. She has also worked internationally with the Government of Hong Kong, the Sheikh Khalifa Medical City in Abu Dhabi, and the Defense Forces in Canberra, Australia.

White House breach a security failure on multiple levels

McDonald's lawsuit proves strong facility security a necessity rather than an option

McDonald's lawsuit proves strong facility security a necessity rather than an option

Healthcare's failure to address link between mental illness and violence putting lives in jeopardy

Healthcare's failure to address link between mental illness and violence putting lives in jeopardy

Higher fines, increased enforcement of HIPAA on the way

Higher fines, increased enforcement of HIPAA on the way

Teen stowaway exposes lack of perimeter security at San Jose airport

Discussing violence in public places on the Diane Rehm Show

Incidents of mass violence demonstrate the need for a risk-based security model

Incidents of mass violence demonstrate the need for a risk-based security model

Power substation attack exposes potential flaws in U.S. infrastructure security

Power substation attack exposes potential flaws in U.S. infrastructure security

Cooperation between physical, IT security key in preventing data breaches

Cooperation between physical, IT security key in preventing data breaches

Situational awareness one of the golden rules in risk mitigation

Situational awareness one of the golden rules in risk mitigation

 

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