• Executive Services

    Leadership in Executive Protection

    What is leadership today? What has happened to the so called leaders of the industry? Who really makes the decisions that affects the lives of the people that we protect? Has the profession sold out? […]

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    Executive Services

    The High Cost of Not Doing a Hotel Advance

    It is a common practice that hotels around the world require guests to use or show a room card for entry, especially late at night. It is also common for competent protection specialists to give [...]
  • Surveillance

    Making the Case for Surveillance Detection

    Someone once told me that the more things change, the more they stay the same. I guess that statement is true to some extent. As I’m watching the world of terrorism continue to evolve, observe the growing phenomenon of “homegrown terrorists,” and […]

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    The Psychology of Risk

    An Interview with Dr. Gavriel Schneider How do high levels of comfort and safety affect our attitude toward risk and how does this impact our level of preparedness and ability to respond to risky situations? [...]
  • Bombs

    You Want ME to Search for a Bomb?

    The policy of many organizations, in response to a bomb threat call, is immediate evacuation, especially in a location that is open to the general public.  There may be instances where evacuation is the best [...]
  • Security News

    What is the PSC

    Since I have been talking up the Protective Security Council Conference (PSC) in the social media, I have been asked, “What is the PSC and what about this ‘new’ conference?”  First, the PSC is an [...]
  • Risk Assessment

    Security Risk Analysis of Hostile Environments

    For companies operating in hostile environments, corporate security has historically been a source of confusion and often outsourced to specialised consultancies at significant cost. Of itself, that’s not an inappropriate approach, but the problems arises [...]
  • Featured Articles

    The Security Driver Triangle

    Getting from point A to point B safely and securely requires the interaction between the driver, the vehicle and the environment they drive through. THE DRIVER, THE MACHINE, and THE ENVIRONMENT is called the Security [...]

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