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New from AS Solution
CES and Corporate Event Security: 6 Things Event Planners and CSOs Need to Know
In this blog, Christian West and corporate event security expert Antonio Revilla draw on years of CES experience to point out the six things that make CES interesting – and challenging – from a security perspective.
Travel intelligence for executive protection: How and when we use it in the real world
In this blog, Christian West and guest blogger Chris Hurst join forces to examine the travel intelligence needs of executive protection professionals. Tasked with keeping people safe, happy and productive while on the road – this week in New York, next week in Nairobi – and with little time to read thick background reports, executive protection practitioners have distinct intelligence needs before, during and after every trip.
7 ways to improve security for pop-up retail events
Pop-up retailing is growing - and so are the security challenges that come with it. In this blog we take a look at 7 ways security pros can mitigate risk without compromising the guest experience.
Staying safe in Venezuela: How companies and NGOs can prepare to operate securely when regime change comes
Venezuela is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Wracked by mounting political, economic and humanitarian crises, the security situation continues to go from bad to worse. While most observers believe things will get even worse before they get better, they also agree that Venezuela’s political course is unsustainable and that regime change in Venezuela is inevitable. Businesses and NGOs will at some point return – and they will need to travel to Caracas and many other locations. In this blog, Rudy Diaz and Christian West give a quick overview of what’s happening in Venezuela, and how executives can prepare to stay safe when visiting this troubled country.