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Legal Subcontracting vs Illegal Subcontracting

A recent article on subcontracting reminded me of the need to clarify to folks once again in the EP Industry that there is a proper method of legal subcontracting, and there is a commonly used method that is improper...

Cut-Resistant Fabrics: Protecting Arteries, Nerves, Muscles, and Ligaments

It was on 13 March 2011 when my friend Craig Wylde was brutally assaulted. Having previously served as an Infantry soldier in the British Army, Craig ultimately became a prison officer at the Category A (high security) Frankland Prison,...

Smarts and Resilience: Protective Intelligence for Everyday Life  

Many people perceive protective intelligence (or PI) relative to high-secret government programs where security intelligence analysts plug away in a 24-hour operations center to protect those of importance. Or high-level officials from terrorist plots.     But in truth, while the term protective intelligence...

Haiti PM Survives Assassination Attempt Amid Celebrations

Haiti PM survives assassination attempt during Independence Day celebrations in the city of Gonaives. Furthermore, the recent ambush has left at least one person dead and several others injured. According to news outlets, the failed assassination attempt took place last...

Close Protection Job Search in a Post Pandemic Climate   

The pandemic has been devastating on many levels, not least with its impact on the workforce – remote work, a high turnover rate, and even loss of business. There's no shortage of doom and gloom about the state of...

Social Engineering: Preying on Our Humanity

I often find myself asked the same question: what is the most difficult type of attack to detect but easiest to launch? My answer is always the same: social engineering. Social engineering can be generally defined as the use of...

Medical Oversight: No Longer a Luxury Item

At the recent IPSB Close Protection Conference in Las Vegas, Fred Burton from ONTIC stated that the most likely threat an EP specialist will encounter is medical.i Thankfully, the Global War on Terror (GWOT) is cycling down bringing many...

Understanding the Role of a Close Protection Team

A close protection team is a precautionary group there to reduce the risk of danger to the person needing protection. The operatives who form the team are responsible for defusing any aggressive situation involving the individual who hired their services, i.e.,...

Ambush Tactics: Training to Recognize and React

An ambush is a situation where an attacker draws in their target to a pre-determined kill zone. The assailant establishes sources posing a threat to the integrity of the assault well in advance. And so, understanding how planning, preparation,...

Managing EP Operations During a War with Daniel Weil

In our latest interview, EP Wired welcomes the CEO of SCS (Security Crisis Solutions), Daniel Weil. In this article, we go into evacuations, manpower challenges, and managing EP operations during a war in Israel.    EP operations in Israel can quickly become the opposite of...

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