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Listen in as we explore the world of safety, security and protection, speaking with practitioners, bestselling authors, and corporate security leaders.

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When Seconds Matter: How Active Shooter Training Saves Lives

The average attack is typically around six minutes. The hard truth is that law enforcement is able to confront the issue while it is occurring only half of the time. This leaves tremendous opportunity for training and informing the civilian…

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Brad Thor on the Inspiration Behind his 20th Thriller, Black Ice

It’s hard to imagine a different path for Brad Thor. However, being a writer (and a New York Times bestselling one, at that) was not an easy leap. With a vast fan base (a large majority being in the security…

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Ron Worman on the Cultural Challenge Behind the Cyber-Physical Convergence

The unification of cyber and physical security information is a challenge that technology alone cannot solve. However, what many do not realize is that it is most certainly a culture problem — rooted in deeply embedded belief systems. In order…

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Chuck Randolph on the Evolution of Technology in Executive Protection

It’s no secret that the nature of threats are evolving; however, the C-suite narrowing in on cyber threats leaves room for error that no company can afford. The physical side of threats is still disregarded by many leadership teams, and…

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What Does It Take To Be a Hostage Negotiator?

When corporate security teams or law enforcement officers are on the front lines dealing with a crisis, they need more than a weapon on their belt to diffuse the situation. The art of negotiation and communicating to lower tension and…

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Protecting Victims and Public Figure Pursuit: Insights from the VP of Threat Assessment at Gavin de Becker & Associates

In this interview series, we spotlight leaders recognized in the Protective Intelligence Honors who have had a lasting impact on the security world as we know it. It is our hope that their insights on leadership and the timeless practice…

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Dr. Marisa Randazzo, PhD on the Importance of Balancing Data and Human Observation

In this interview series, we spotlight leaders recognized in the Protective Intelligence Honors who have had a lasting impact on the security world as we know it. It is our hope that their insights on leadership and the timeless practice…

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Avoiding Vehicle Violence with Executive Driving Legend Tony Scotti

In this interview series, we spotlight leaders recognized in the Protective Intelligence Honors who have had a lasting impact on the security world as we know it. It is our hope that their insights on leadership and the timeless practice…

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A Female Perspective in the Male-Dominated Field of Executive Protection

From a very early age, Denida Grow had a calling to protect others. Fast forward a few decades and she is one of the foremost leaders in executive protection, breaking down barriers for women in the field by providing training,…

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Former CIA Officer Shares Security-Conscious Parenting Tips in her Novel License to Parent

There’s no question that parenting looks a lot different than it did in the 60s and 70s. There’s one well-known term that has surfaced — the idea of the helicopter parent. Many parents today are overworked and stressed by the…

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