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According to security experts, most kidnap scenarios occur on public streets within 3,5 miles of the victim’s home or office. Likewise, kidnappings in South Africa also tend to transpire in locations familiar to the victim. The reason is that they feel safe, resulting in reduced awareness of their surroundings. In such instances, the intended target...
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The security industry continues to be one of the most diverse markets in the world. In fact, it also covers some of the more delicate affairs, like those surrounding quick evacuations and private investigations. In many African countries, both services are experiencing an uptick in comparison to the last ten years. Therefore, in this article,...
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As the third-largest economy, South Africa is the most technologically advanced, industrialized, and diversified country on the continent. Therefore, one would assume that all other sectors will follow suit. In other words, that South Africa will find itself at an equivalent high standing regarding its security and safety in public. However, the current situation does...
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A prominent African nation, Senegal was home to the first movie filmed on the continent and hosts seven World Heritage Sites. Moreover, given the decades-long political stability and economic growth, a business trip to Senegal presents an excellent opportunity for foreigners visiting the country. The African nation is not subject to the violence that otherwise...
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In stark contrast to neighboring South Africa, western foreign ministries rank Namibia as a very safe country. In fact, some of them assert that “most visits to Namibia are trouble-free.” About half the size of the US state of Alaska, the African nation has a small population of 2.1 million. Moreover, it belongs to one...
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Due to its proximity to the Old Continent and the accompanying cultural norms, Tunisia resembles a semi-developed European state. As a result, the country features a reasonably open society, with business practices virtually the same as those across Europe. In this article, we will explore safety tips for your business trip to Tunisia. With close...
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Surprises are the number one factor that challenges corporations worldwide. They are surprised by the existence of back doors, data leaks, or various other security vulnerabilities. To minimize these surprises or eliminate them altogether, heads of companies are obligated to equip their businesses to stop them in their tracks. The best way to do this...
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Kidnapping threats, crowd control, secure transportation, and many other segments of your daily life require a person who can handle it all. This individual’s name is the executive protection agent. They are well versed in the art of residential security and planning. But, above all, an EPA boasts the right balance of soft and hard...
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The overriding goal of any security operation is preventing an attack from happening in the first place. Therefore, most measures that your executive protection team employs have the sole purpose of preventing the attacker or intruder from being in a position to mount an ambush. An appearance of alertness and tactical driving skills constitute a...
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The close protection industry is complex and challenging. And yet, from an outside perspective, everything seems pretty simple. Almost everyone associates close protection professionals with the people they see in the headlines, next to the celebrities that they are supposed to be guarding. Tall, wearing expensive suits and sunglasses – despite it being night outside,...
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