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Why sustainment training is critical to executive protection program success
The importance of sustainment training in executive protection programs is often neglected. In this blog, we take a closer look at which EP skills need to be maintained through sustainment training – and why sustainment training is too often ignored or underprioritized in executive protection programs.
Dressing for the part: Why clothes and style (should) matter to executive protection agents
It’s important for executive protection agents to know when to blend in and when to stand out. If standing out becomes necessary to protect the client, we’re fine with standing up and getting noticed. In most cases, however, we’re happy to blend into the background. We never want to stick out because we didn’t engage in a little forward thinking concerning our wardrobe and style choices. In this blog, we’d like to get more tactical than we usually do and provide some practical tips that will let you dress for the part no matter what role you’re playing and wherever your EP job takes you.
Why executive protection companies and clients need to evolve from simple vendor relationships to strategic partnerships
Like any other business, most executive protection companies are vendors as well as purchasers. We sell protective services to our clients, and we sometimes buy services from other suppliers to make this happen. Ergo, we need to be good at providing the services we sell, and we need to be good at buying the services we outsource. In this blog, we ask executive protection companies and their clients to consider the differences between simple vendor and strategic partner relationships.
Why executive protection and enterprise security risk managers need to rethink TSCM
Technical surveillance counter-measures, or TSCM, as the term is almost always abbreviated, is still a rather misunderstood outlier in the worlds of executive protection and enterprise risk management. In this blog, we’d like to resolve some misconceptions about TSCM that we often run into, and, perhaps more importantly, call attention to why we think TSCM should play a bigger role in enterprise security risk management in general and executive protection in particular.
10 networking tips for executive protection professionals
Some people are natural networkers. For others, networking is like flossing your teeth: You know you’re supposed to do it regularly, but for some reason, you never get around to it. In this blog, Christian West and guest blogger Craig McKim share 10 networking tips that any executive protection professional can put to use immediately.