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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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Investigative Journalist on Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service

There is no shortage of accomplishments in Carol Leonnig’s career as a reporter and investigative journalist; however, the release of her book Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service, rises to the top. From the JFK assassination…

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Who’s Telling the Truth? The Evolution of the Polygraph

Most of us associate the polygraph with what we see in movies — a nervous witness sweating and communicating in short, fragmented sentences with eye contact dodging left and right. For those familiar with the test, this scenario is just…

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Behind the Scenes of the JonBenét Ramsey Investigation

The feeling of knowing you are being observed from afar by someone with ill intentions is unequivocally a worst-case scenario. Whether the pre-operational surveillance takes place over days, weeks or months, there are few things that can stand in the…

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The Unmatched Value of Crisis and Contingency Planning for Situations You Least Expect

If you’re in trouble, even in the most intricate of situations, there’s a high likelihood that Frederic (Fred) Piry can think of a way out. With a background working in Mobile Security Deployments (MSD) — the 911 for diplomatic security…

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Jack Carr’s Path from Former Navy SEAL to New York Times Bestselling Author

If you’re a protection officer, chances are you’ve read a Jack Carr novel (or six) while in a down room or taking a break in a follow car. Whether you’re in the field of protection, a retired officer, or want…

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Taking Back Control of Online Reputation and Privacy

Time and time again, the attack cycle begins with pre-operational surveillance — oftentimes involving some degree of digital stalking. How can we proactively minimize risk for our executives? In this episode, Fred Burton and Rich Matta, CEO of ReputationDefender, discuss…

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Who’s Watching? The Role of Technical Surveillance Counter Measures in Corporate Security

The last time you checked into a hotel room you may not have thought to check the clock radio, outlets and lamps for bugs, or recording devices used for eavesdropping. This effort is commonly referred to as technical surveillance counter…

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Investigative Journalist Spotlights Failure in Supply Chain Security

When patients seek medical care, they trust that any recommended prescriptions will help them cure or prevent an illness. However, time and time again, the distribution system for compounded drugs leaves room for error — with drugs being made too…

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