If a provider supplies “Secure Transportation” They Must Be In Compliance With The IRS Code That defines Secure Transportation. There are many secure transportation providers that use those two words as a marketing tool, BUT if a supplier does not comply with the IRS code, they expose their client to financial risk.
If you are relatively new, or have been in the profession for some time; whether you are a sole practitioner looking for the next job; a security provider looking for the next customer or client; or a trainer looking for the next student…
YOU OR YOUR COMPANY ARE A BUSINESS!
Back in January/February of this year, ISDA conducted a survey focused on attendees of security conferences. There were over 100 responses, and the results might surprise you.
Two topics of discussions that dominate social media, both in the U.S. and abroad are certification and the state of training in the protection industry. In reality, the two subjects cannot be separated. IMHO – The job market wants, and will support, a certification that meets standards set by respected industry and government organizations. Those who supply job opportunities welcome a certification that withstands the scrutiny of the corporate, legal, and insurance community. Nonetheless, there are still global job markets in the protection business where certification, insurance risk, and liability are not major concerns.
LinkedIn has a job search capability that not only finds job opportunities, but supplies other search functionalities.
This video is one of an upcoming series of presentations focused on how to find job opportunities and start a career in the Executive Protection/Security profession.
KR Magazine provides insight into current trends in kidnapping for ransom. Globalization is turning this ancient practice into a highly adaptive and profitable worldwide business. An excerpt from a KR Magazine – Who Pays the Bogeyman? “It is very difficult to quantify with precision how much money terrorist organizations make from ransom payments, as they […]