Sam Rosenfeld blogs on protestor management, security sector reform, and the intersection of security and financial issues. Chairman of the Densus Group, Rosenfeld is a former British Army infantry officer who served for eleven years in many of the world’s more contentious environments. He holds an MBA from Wharton Business School, a MSc in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, and a BA(Hons) in International Relations and Strategic Studies.
As Chairman and CEO of the Densus Group, Rosenfeld leads a team that strongly advocates common sense approaches to security sector reform, both domestically in the United States and overseas, in support of the likes of the U.S. Marine Corps and the Department of State. These approaches are grounded in making Human Rights compliance an operational issue, because generally this is the most effective approach to take, regardless of the operational condition, user or circumstance.
This capability has led to expansions into supporting corporate risk management, including protestor risk and the more “usual” risks, domestically in the United States and when operating overseas in both low and high risk areas. This methodology gives Densus a unique approach to increasing stability as part of security sector reform, which has a direct effect on Homeland Security as part of the wider diplomatic and political agenda abroad.
Rosenfeld marries physical risk management with more financial approaches. Holder of an Australian Financial Services License and member of the Board of an Irish Qualifying Investor Fund, Rosenfeld provides unique insight into the needs of the wider community, and how law enforcement and the Homeland Security community are best positioned to support and be supported by them.
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