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Language Diversity and Bilingualism in Executive Protection Services Across Asia

Firstly, allow me to share a humorous anecdote from my own experience. Twenty years ago, I worked as an operator in the Security Operation Center at the Nokia Factory in Beijing. One evening, the gatehouse guard called me, informing...

Dealey Plaza – 60 Years Later

Last week, I had the privilege of attending and speaking at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) brought to us by ASIS International, in Dallas, Texas. As this was my first visit to the Big D, and a passionate student...

Medics in Executive Protection

Including medics in executive protection teams is highly beneficial. Executive protection teams are responsible for ensuring the safety and security of high-profile individuals such as executives, politicians, and celebrities. Having a dedicated medic as part of the team can...

Non-Sterile and Sterile Areas – Where Do They Begin and End?

Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM), is a very effective method for measuring an organization's risks in an advisory capacity, evaluating an organization’s structure during and after a serious incident or crisis, and putting strategic countermeasures in place to lessen...

Planning for Safe & Secure Ground Transportation Success – The SECRETS of Ground Transportation – Part 2

If you’re reading this article because you saw the word “Secret” in the title and thought you’d be seeing something that no one else knows, stop reading now. There are no Secrets in anything we do in Protective Operations...

Planning for Safe & Secure Ground Transportation Success – Part 1

Spend more than a few minutes in the executive protection profession and it will become obvious that two of the major components of any protective visit is Logistics and Ground Transportation. By major, we mean, where some of the...

Drivers of Risk Assessments and Training – Reactivity or Proactivity?

What really drives the energy, if any, behind a risk assessment? Risk assessments are an important cog in the initial and recurrent security framework of any ad hoc or permanent security detail. For fixed assets, site risk assessments are...

Consider Leaving it Open

As a practioner and instructor of close protection, I focus more and more of my time and attention on the two things most important in the close protection field: Time and Distance. My good friend Jeff Marquart, a fine...

Making the Case for EP Medical Providers to Carry TXA in their Medical Bags

Imagine you are a lone EP Medic tasked to accompany your client for their 2-week trip to a remote destination, be it a cabin in Alaska, a ranch in Wyoming, a yacht trip to St Barts, or an Arican...

Photography in Executive Protection

Photography plays a crucial and multifaceted role in the field of executive protection, encompassing a range of applications that contribute to the development of threat assessments, security plans, real-time surveillance, incident documentation, and training. The use of photography as...

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Interview with Patrick Kane: Navigating the Close Protection Conference

The Close Protection Conference stands as the pinnacle event in the protective security industry, drawing practitioners from around the...

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