Security Driver Magazine

security driver magazine


Security Driver Magazine (SDM) is the International Security Driver Association (ISDA) Journal for Secure Transportation Professionals. SDM is a publication addressing the issues that affect the protective services industry. Although the Magazine is titled “Security Driver Magazine” the articles are pertinent to all practitioners working in personal protection.

Security Driver Magazine reaches an average of 7500 readers from 20 countries,online and offline as many of our readers cannot be reached via Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Twitter.

Who Reads SDM

The readers include over 300 Fortune companies, security personnel for High Net Worth Families, Law Enforcement Agencies, and Military/Government personnel all with an interest in Secure Transportation. The Magazine is sent to key decision makers in the Corporate, High Net Worth, and the Military / Government market.

About SDM

SDM is not new. For decades the Scotti School published a newsletter for Security Drivers. The newsletter morphed into the Security Driver Magazine (SDM). The first three issues of SDM were a beta test that brought us into the world of digital publishing.

Write for Us

If you are an ISDA member and would like to write for SDM please contact us. We find that some members may be hesitant to write an article. In fact, we often hear, “I am not good at writing articles.” As part of the ISDA membership benefits, we supply our members with the tools to help them become an author. ISDA membership dues include a free proofreading service. This service reviews the members article and creates the best possible manuscript for publication. Click here to read more on contributing for SDM.


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