The ISDA Membership is diverse; members work in all aspects of Protective Services. Zachary Rugen is an example of the diversity of our members. Zachary’s post – “From Nightclub Security to Executive Protection” can help answer a common question we see on Social Media – How do I get into the profession?
All driving scenarios, be it an accident or ambush, no matter how simple or complex, are exercises in the laws of physics. Using the Science of Driving is the key to measuring an individual driver’s capability behind the wheel; it’s the only way to objectively measure their driving skill.
One of the most asked questions in Social Media and from the ISDA Network is – “What training program should I attend?”
The following is a “suggestion,” and it is not intended to be the only deciding factor. When selecting a training provider, part of the decision-making process should be looking at the training provider’s website and Social Media presence.
Does the site have a Blog or Article Section devoted to sharing knowledge?
Is their Social Media presence knowledge-based?
The Executive Vehicle and Secure Transportation Survey has been conducted every two years since 2013. Practitioners who participated in the survey represent the corporate (37% of participants), high net worth (21%), and private security community (23%). The participants had an average of approximately 15 years of experience. This year’s report consists of 36 pages of data with supplemental articles. The additional information is added to enhance and support the data.
ESC and ABS make J-Turns in a high Center of Gravity (CG) vehicle much more exciting and expensive.