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Mr. Mark Dubina

Wrong Mark Dubina?

Director of Security

Phone: (813) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.com
Local Address:  Florida , United States
Port Tampa Bay
1101 Channelside Drive
Tampa , Florida 33602
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Tampa Bay Urban Area Security Initiative Working Group
  • Board Member
    Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


  • Florida State University
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Leadership, 23 May 2015 [cached]
Mark Dubina - Vice President of Security Mark Dubina currently serves as Vice President - Security for Port Tampa Bay. Mr. Dubina is a graduate of Florida State University, with extensive additional specialized training in law enforcement operations and seaport security. Mr. Dubina is a Certified Law Enforcement Officer, Certified Law Enforcement Instructor, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Port Executive™.
Mr. Dubina has a combined 32 years of law enforcement and public sector management experience. Mr. Dubina's current duties include management of all aspects of security operations for the Port, Florida's largest and most diversified port. Mr. Dubina serves on the board of the Tampa Bay Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Working Group, the State of Florida Domestic Security Oversight Council Critical Infrastructure Working Group, the Tampa Bay Regional Domestic Security Task Force and the Area Maritime Security Committee. Mr. Dubina is also a board member of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Immediately prior to his current position, Mr. Dubina was the Chief of Investigations for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) in Tampa. During his career with FDLE, Mr. Dubina gained extensive experience organizing and directing investigations, supervising special events and coordinating security details for visiting dignitaries.
The North Country Gazette ... [cached]
The North Country Gazette learned that Mark Dubina, FDLE special agent supervisor, Tampa Bay Regional Domestic Security Task Force supervisor and Homeland Security advisor to then Gov.Jeb Bush, asserted that he was told by his superiors to "shut down" his investigation into the Schiavo case, to close his file and turn it in.
Mark Dubina, FDLE assistant ... [cached]
Mark Dubina, FDLE assistant special agent in charge, said investigators believed Wallace's version of the events over the Stricklands' after an intense investigation.
"It's not one act," Dubina said.
Dubina said the FDLE investigation included the e-mails but also relied on other communications, including phone calls between Wallace and his niece recorded by agents.
The Enemy Within: From The Tampa Tribune, 31 Mar 2003 [cached]
"Small businesses are the most vulnerable to occupational fraud and abuse because a lot of times the business does not have the resources to set up proper controls within the company," said Mark Dubina, president of the local chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
"That doesn't mean that it can't happen anywhere, but I think people focus on the big things that happen and kind of lose sight that this hurts everybody, down to the smallest cases," said Dubina, a special agent supervisor for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
At a small company, one employee might be entrusted with the duties and responsibilities that would be separated among several workers at a larger company.For example, one person might be in charge of keeping the books, balancing the checkbook and handling the accounts payable.
"We see significant losses to small companies because of trust in employees," Dubina said."A lot of them were long- term employees who had gained the trust of their employer, and then for whatever reason had taken advantage of that trust."
For a small company, employee fraud isn't just measured in lost revenue and missed opportunities.
"I think it's devastating," Dubina said."At small companies, people know each other more intimately than they do in a bigger environment.The victim, which is usually going to be the CEO or president, is going to feel betrayed and that creates a problem in the company because it changes the work environment."
Companies large and small must contend with a spectrum of abuse, from padded expense reports to grand larceny.Fraud examiners separate abuse into three categories.
Dubina said it's important for companies to set ethics policies.
"When you leave it open to interpretation, you have to expect that people won't necessarily do what you want them to do."
Dubina also suggests background checks for new hires.
"A lot of times, potential employees lie on their applications about their criminal history or other things that could raise a red flag," he said.
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - Our Chapter - Tampa Bay Chapter, 19 Nov 2014 [cached]
Mark Dubina, CFE Director Tampa Port Authority 2002 Maritime Blvd. Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 241-1893
Mark Dubina
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