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Creating a Disinformation Campaign for EPOs

Following on from our article Digital Profiling for Close Protection Officers, which addresses why EP/CP officers should exercise a disciplined approach in their use of social media, this blog explores how a disinformation campaign can prevent the protection officer...

The Wildcard of Security Driving: Run-Flat Inserts – Part 1

A high probability of survival to an armed attack inside a vehicle is related to how good you are mastering the four elements of the vehicle security quadrant (figure 1). Therefore, the more planning and training you have in...

How Close Protection Tactics Contribute to Avoidable Deaths

Given the growing instability of the world today, the demand for quality CPOs is soaring in some countries. It’s no surprise considering close protection officers are the first line of defense for executive personnel. They implement a range of close protection tactics to take on the ultimate...

What Is Red Teaming and What Are the Benefits?

First, we'll cover the basics and unpack an otherwise loaded question — what is red teaming? The term red team refers to an organized group of authorized persons who simulate a potential cyber-attack to exploit any capabilities that exist and could...

No Security at Kabul Airport? Chaos as People Rush to Leave

Next to no security at Kabul airport is evident as thousands of people surge towards the tarmac in hopes of fleeing this disaster of a zone. They are desperate to leave this tragic mess in Afghanistan that the recent...

What Are the Types of Attacks in Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is not just about safeguarding your company’s entire network. Ignoring the establishment of comprehensive digital security systems leaves your business exposed to devastating operational repercussions in the future. There are different types of attacks in cybersecurity that include,...

The Role of a Corporate Security Guard – More Than Just a Job

Much more than an intimidating look and license to carry a gun goes into making a corporate security guard. Yes, there are minimum standards required to become licensed, and this is important. But, to become a quality security guard,...

What It Means to Be an Executive Protection Professional

These days, it seems that anybody who has partaken in a two-week course in a classroom or disused car park is calling themselves a CPO, an executive protection professional, or an EP specialist. I receive resumes daily. And sadly, the...

Circles of Security: Misconceptions and Applications

Industry specialists sometimes think of them as a surefire way of protecting the principal. And yes, many justifiably revere circles of security as one of the best protection systems in EP. We at EP Wired couldn't agree more. As a matter...

Undercover Risk: Insider Threat and Executive Protection

By: Charles Randolph, PPS & Chuck Tobin, CTM The executive protection community often reflects on the value we bring to our principals and those that surround them. External observers sometimes view our industry as narcissistic and egotistical operators pining to...

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How Do You Remain Present and in the Moment?

Unfortunately, I'm not necessarily the right person to tell you exactly how to remain present. So I won't be...

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