About Our Program

In a post 9/11 world, the FBI initiated a program called Tripwire. The mission of the program was to identify concerning behavior in the community that could indicate a looming threat of a terror attack. Using the same concepts, we have developed a program for small businesses designed for the same mission. We use a systematic approach to identify individuals who exhibit threatening or concerning behavior, assess the risk, and provide advice on appropriate interventions, resources, and support to mitigate the risk.

What We Do

Own The Threat

Behavioral Assessment

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  • Recognizing Concerning Behaviors and Stressors.

Certified Protection Professional (CPP)

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 The “gold standard” certification for security management professionals. Certified expert in seven key domains of security. 

Advanced Threat Assessment Professional

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Certified Crisis Managers with 52 years of FBI and Secret Service experience.

Recognizing the Threat

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Intelligence - Prevent the Crisis

Tripwire will help you establish:

  • An Offensive approach
  • A Crisis Manager
  • A Security Policy
  • Security Procedures
  • Threat Recognition
  • Intelligence Process
  • Incident Response Plan
  • Insider Threat Awareness

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If you fail to plan, plan to fail

Tripwire will:
Conduct A Risk Analysis
Conduct A Vulnerability Assessment
Provide Crisis Management Training
Provide Training Exercises

Assess Overall Security 

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Cultivating Security

Tripwire experience: 

  • Advanced Threat Assessments
  • Behavioral Assessment
  • Identifying Concerning Behavior
  • Situational Awareness
  • Insider Threat
  • Proactive Security
  • Crisis Management
  • Certified Protection Professional (CPP)




One click to Peace of Mind

Teaching and Training

Professor Steve Hooper talks understanding the future of safety and security

National Security Expert

Professor Hooper talks safety and security at AZTalks Tempe, AZ

Fifty-two years of service to our country, a wealth of knowledge

As Special Agents of the FBI, Steve and Linda Hooper were involved in investigations ranging from Violent Crimes to Espionage and everything in between.  Hear their stories.

FBI Untold Podcast

Leadership

Professor Steve Hooper

Steven R. Hooper, MS, CPP

  Steven R. Hooper is a Professor of Security and Intelligence at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, College of Security and Intelligence in Prescott, AZ. He teaches Counterintelligence, National Security and Intelligence Integration and Crisis Management at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Professor Hooper is retired from the FBI where he served for 30 years. His FBI career included Acting Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Phoenix Field Office; Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the National Security Branch of the FBI Phoenix Field Office where he led operations for Counterintelligence, Intelligence, Counterterrorism and Critical Incident Response Programs. He was Chief of the Threat Monitoring Unit in the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division and led a Russian Organized Crime Task Force in Budapest, Hungary. Professor Hooper has achieved the level of Certified Protection Professional (CPP). The CPP certification is considered the "Gold Standard" in security.  CPPs acquire a level of expertise in seven disciplines in physical and personal security.  There are only approximately 20,000 CPPs world wide. Professor Hooper’s law enforcement experience includes tactical and SWAT operations, Executive Protection and Intelligence Operations. Additionally, Professor Hooper was a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service working Counterfeiting, Fraud and Executive Protection.  Professor Hooper is a native of Malden, MA. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security from St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA. He also attended and lectured at the George C. Marshal School for European Security Studies in Garmisch, Germany, The Gavin De Becker Advanced Threat Assessment Academy, Lake Arrowhead, CA and The Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University.  

Professor Steve Hooper

FBI Retired

Professor ERAU College of Security and Intelligence

Advanced Threat Assessment

Tactical expert

Certified Protection Professional (CPP)

Guest Lecturer

Public Speaker

Security Consultant

Certified NRA Firearms Instructor




Linda B. Hooper

  Linda B. Hooper retired from the FBI as head of the FBI's Baltimore Field Office Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and Intelligence Programs.  As such she headed the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force for both Maryland and Delaware.  During her 21 year career Linda rose to the level of Assistant Special Agent in Charge and ran Crisis Management operations which included the Washington D.C. Sniper investigation and the FBI's nationally acclaimed Innocent Images Initiative, a national on-line undercover Child Pornography Program.  Additionally, she lead investigations into international drug enterprises and Baltimore City drug gangs. As an investigator, Linda conducted investigations into violent criminal enterprises and street gangs in Washington, D.C. Linda was the first woman in the FBI to be selected as a manager in the FBI's Violent Crimes/Major Offenders Section located at FBI Headquarters.  Linda is a native of Orange County, California and worked with at risk students before joining the FBI.  Linda has a Bacheor's Degree from San Jose State University.

Linda Hooper

FBI Retired

Certified Crisis Manager

Expert in Crimes Against Children

Security Consultant

Speaker

Guest Lecturer


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Tripwire Security Solutions, LLC

32531 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, STE 105, PMB 132, Arizona 85266, United States

480-322-5935

Tripwire Security Solutions

Let your Trouble Be Our Trouble