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Why advance work in executive protection takes more than checklists
Christian West digs into why executive protection providers do advance work. Yes, the reasons for this are all about being prepared and proactive - and there are plenty of checklists involved. But West also wants to put more focus on 3 other reasons that don't get enough attention.
Staying safe at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia
With more than a million fans expected in Moscow alone, this summer’s 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is shaping up to be one of the biggest travel events of the year. National and local security efforts are expected to be just as massive and effective as they were during the Sochi Olympics back in 2014. Still, we encourage travelers to read our list of do’s and don’ts.
Make or buy? 4 questions to ask before outsourcing corporate executive protection
In this blog, Christian West and Brian Jantzen answer the four questions corporations must ask to decide between outsourcing executive protection services or handling them internally.
How to determine appropriate staffing levels for corporate executive protection programs
There is a lot of uncertainty about staffing levels for corporate executive protection programs. Team size obviously impacts program quality and cost, but companies new to the service rarely have the experience necessary to distinguish between “must have” and “nice to have”. In this blog, Christian West and Brian Jantzen address this perennial question head-on. Although there is no simple formula, they argue that a needs-based approach and a good understanding of the variables that must be considered can go a long way in rightsizing protective programs.