Security Driving Is a Statement of Skill, Not a Marketing Term

Larry Snow with the Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News for Monday, June 11th, 2018. 

From International Security Driver Association

Security Driving Is a Statement of Skill, Not a Marketing Term

First and foremost – WHAT IS NOT SECURITY DRIVING – a security driver IS NOT a person who attended an EP Training program and has a driver’s license. That does not define a Security Driver at best they are an EP Person with a driver’s license.

Simply put, you wouldn’t allow a security professional to carry a gun without first measuring their ability to use it: so why would you let someone drive your principal if you don’t measure their ability to do so?

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In Technology News

From USA Today

New phone case turns iPhone 8 Plus, Google’s Pixel 2 XL into a weapon-scanning device

We’ve seen smartphone cases that add style, extra battery life or even a taser. This new case from Los Angeles-based Royal Holdings looks to add a different type of feature: the ability to detect bombs, knives, and guns.

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And speaking of phones are a few apps that the ISDA recommends for your smartphone

All of the apps mentioned are available for both Android and iPhone

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