This is a very common question for anyone looking to get into EP or advance their career. Below is my best and honest answer, based on my experiences and professional opinion.
Situational Awareness is a critical component to everyone, particularly those on a protective detail, however most people misunderstand the application of situational awareness or simply disregard the importance of it. So how can we effectively aware, even while so busy with every other task? Learn how we do it in our Practical Situational Awareness Webinar.
The relationship between criticality and accessibility has been studied habitually by military, law enforcement and security personnel since the Vietnam war. Criticality and accessibility are only two of the six factors measured using the CARVER model, which has been an accepted methodology in the security industry since its inception. CARVER is an acronym used by industry professionals to assess overall client risk and is comprised of the following elements: Criticality, Accessibility, Recuperability, Vulnerability, Effects and Recognizability.
With more and more people conducting business at home, employees working remotely and even CEOs running companies from their residences, it is no surprise the FBI has reported a more than 300% increase in cyber crimes since COVID began. This article is intended to discuss the very basics of cyber security that we can apply to our homes to make us more secure.
Here is a list of Free Online Training Courses I compiled for everyone to use, especially during downtime, for knowledge and resume building. Please let me know if any other the links no longer work and if you have any I should add.
A growing risk due to technological advancements, Technical Surveillance Counter-Measures (aka bug sweeps) is a process which protects against a serious concern for those with valuable or proprietary information or other at-risk individuals who need to protect their private information.
Within private investigations, there are a lot of different types of cases and even if we look at surveillance, there are a lot of different types of surveillance cases. But one thing that we all enjoy across the spectrum is gear and equipment that makes our job easier. In this webinar, we will discuss various types of on-the-job equipment – This webinar is free.