In light of the recent publishing of Inspire Magazine Issue 17 which calls on its followers to target trains in the US and Europe. We(ISDA)…Read More
Using 80% or above of the vehicle’s capability would more than likely only happen during an emergency (accident or ambush). But what percentage of the vehicle does a Security Driver use while maneuvering through the day to day mundane chore of moving the boss from Point A to Point B, such as driving up to an intersection and slowing down – stopping at a red light – driving on an off ramp or around a corner?
To answer that question, ISDA conducted an experiment.Read More
The article, “Mark Zuckerberg’s SF security detail under siege,” from the San Francisco Chronicle (click here to read it) was widely circulated throughout Social Media. The article elicited lots of response from the close protection community.
ISDA member Mike Spearman’s shares his thoughtsRead More
The Kill Zone is a phrase often associated with high-risk driving, but it can describe any scenario that creates an emergency for the driver. The scenario…Read More
This book will give you simple and practical ways to adopt the mindset and attitudes of a warrior so that you can achieve success in your life.Read More
Route Planning and Analysis Developing a Vehicle Ambush Counter Measures Program by Steve Powers An ISDA Note – This article was written by ISDA…Read More