Secure local transportation: The missing link of executive travel
Why are corporations willing to shell out for the best air tickets, private aviation and accommodations money can buy, but rarely pay the same attention to the quality of local transportation when traveling? Probably because they don’t know any better. And, yes, maybe because those of us who provide secure executive travel services haven’t been very good at explaining what we actually do.
We try to right that situation with this blog, in which Tommy Christensen takes a look at the missing link of executive travel: secure ground transportation that’s at as high a level as first or business class flights and five-star hotels.Read more
The 3 reasons high net worth families opt for enhanced protective security
In this blog, four of our top managers get together to share their views on why high net worth individuals and families choose enhanced protective security.
It all boils down to risk mitigation, lifestyle – and privacy.Read more
Secure travel to Nigeria: Tips from an executive protection agent
In this blog Thomas Hald, who has conducted dozens of executive protection details in the sprawling West African country, shares some insights on staying safe, happy and productive in Nigeria.Read more
The 3 ways successful executive protection agents turn downtime into uptime – and turbocharge their careers
In this blog Brian, Jared and Christian look back over their own careers – and those of many they’ve worked with – to answer a question they hear from lots of aspiring executive protection agents: How can I get better at my game – and improve my professional opportunities?
There’s no simple answer, and it all takes work. The good news is you can start by making better use of downtime.Read more
Four intelligence analysis developments executive protection managers need to understand in 2017
Inspired by Ryan Long’s excellent presentation at the Close Protection Conference in Las Vegas in December, this blog takes a close look at four key developments intelligence analysts are keeping an eye on in 2017 – and what they mean for executive protection managers.Read more
10 more gadgets every executive protection agent wants for Christmas
Do you remember how much you loved your first Swiss Army knife as a kid? Well, get ready to start craving a few more gizmos. Our last Christmas blog was a hit that confirmed our belief in the enduring attraction…Read more
Staying safe in Honduras & Central America
Security expert Robert Loesener, Project Manager for AS Solution in Honduras, shares perspectives on staying safe in Honduras and the rest of Central America.Read more
Drones and corporate security: What’s new in 2016?
In this post, we’ll give a brief update on the key laws governing drone use, and then focus on the recent advances in drone technology and their implications for security.Read more
Tech Tools for Event Security
Learn about the tech tools that we rely on for best-in-class event security.Read more
Tech tools for halls & walls security
In this blog, you’ll learn how we use technology to improve the effectiveness – and efficiency – of halls & walls security for executive protection.Read more
What executive protection pros can learn from the Kim Kardashian robbery
In this blog, we attempt to draw a few lessons from the Kim Kardashian robbery in Paris from the perspective of executive protection professionals.Read more
The TSCM tools we use for corporate executive protection
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) tools are an important part of corporate executive protection.Read more
Medical tools for corporate executive protection
In this blog, we’re going to take a look at the medical tools for executive protection that I find are the most important. But before we get there, let me make an important point: emergency medicine is about much more than the gear.Read more
10 mistakes executive protection agents need to stop making
Everybody slips up sometimes. We’re only human after all. And as Hall of Fame basketball coach John Wooden pointed out, “If you’re not making mistakes, then you’re not doing anything.”Read more
7 things I’ve learned about being a woman in executive protection
A lot of people are surprised to learn that women work in executive protection – and that I’m one of them. They often ask me how I got into the profession, so let’s cover that first.Read more