From time to time, with the assistance of the Membership, ISDA conducts industry surveys. Our goal is to collect metrics that are of use to the Executive Protection and Secure Transportation profession. Data that can assist practitioners with the decision making process. Some of the surveys are for ISDA members only, but others we released to the community.Read More
The Executive Protection/Security Driving Training Market – How much money do practitioners spend on training with the GI Bill?Read More
ISDA is collecting data to determine the amount of money spent on Executive Protection and Security Driving Training.
In conducting the research, we collected some interesting information. We looked at a government site that gathers data on Executive Protection Training schools that offered the Post-9/11 GI Bill; the data is from 2018.Read More
Joe Autera, CEO of Vehicle Dynamics Institute, discusses making the business case in calculating the return on investment (ROI) for a security driver.Read More
When viewed through the lens of corporate governance, providing an appropriately trained executive driver may just be elevated from something that is an attractive perk…Read More
We (ISDA) are in the process of researching the EP training business. In the course of our research, we came across an interesting metric. Without…Read More
The Executive Vehicle & Secure Transportation Survey is conducted biennially since 2013.
Over the last six years, the surveys have covered various aspects of secure transportation. The goal of the survey has been to examine trends and collect data to develop a broader perspective on the secure transportation profession.Read More
How do you know if all of your efforts on social media are working for your business? You need to measure your efforts and track your social media metrics. You need to look past likes, reactions, followers, connections, etc. as KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators).Read More
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.Read More