International travel is exciting yet challenging. You will quickly learn that learning a few phrases and words can be incredibly helpful – here are some of those words and phrases to learn before you get there.
Falling snow can be a beautiful, but it means dangerous conditions if you plan to head out on the road. Here are some tips and best practices that can help you stay safe and secure when driving in winter conditions.
Every security professional is addicted to gear, it is just part of who we are. Gadget fanatics, tech geeks…whatever you want to call us, we are always looking for gadgets and gear to tinker with that make our jobs easier and our clients safer, more secure and more productive. Below are some gift ideas your security professional is sure to love.
Every good protective agent has a passion for gear and being resourceful. It is a trait that is inclusive of many of sub-traits that are highly valuable in this profession. One of the largest interests among practitioners whenever they get a moment to themselves is “What multitool is that?” or “What bag is that?” and so on and so forth. In this article I will shed some light on my typical packing list with some insight from other practitioners as well. As always, the items and recommendations may be suitable to your task, threat and environment and should be modified in order to be effective based on your parameters.
Traveling abroad can be an exceptionally stressful adventure, especially when you consider your additional requirements if traveling on the job, particularly with clients. Below are some helpful tips for increasing overall security as well as convenience that should make your travel plans more enjoyable and more secure.
According to the FBI, a home burglary occurs every 13 seconds in America, as many as 2,000,000 homes are burglarized each year and 30 percent of all burglaries are through an unlocked window or door. Additionally, homes with no security measures in place are 300% more likely to be broken into. These statistics should be alarming to most Americans, and therefore we have decided to publish the guidance within this article for the benefit of all those concerned. Another consideration for the timing of this article is the highest percentage of burglaries occur during the summer months.