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Five Tips for Nailing Your Next Video Interview

Coronavirus spurred more employers to embrace remote technology in the interview process. But video interviews were already becoming more popular before the global pandemic. Video interviewing is more cost-effective and more convenient for both companies and candidates. So if you are currently looking for a new job, then you’ll want to make sure you are […]

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Timely Tips for More Secure Online Meetings

By Beconrad As the world of work moves home and telecommuting becomes the norm, employers and their workers have faced some unique challenges, including how to properly secure their online meetings and video conference calls. The problem has become so widespread that there is even a name for it. Zoombombing happens when outside agitators or […]

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Travel Through Dubai

Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, has become one of the most popular ‘exotic’ destinations in the world. And with good reason – this city on the shores of the Persian Gulf has a pleasant year-round climate, little crime and offers a wide selection of accommodation, shopping and nightlife. It’s a city of superlatives and […]

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Tips for Writing a CV Following Military Service

After more than a decade of service in the War on Terror around the globe, British service members are returning home to the UK in search of normalcy. As of 2019, an estimated 191,690 men and women had been deployed to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now those brave service members are coming home […]

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Foreign Economic Collection and Industrial Espionage Cases Targeting Americans are more Prevalent than Ever

By Luke Bencie As today’s business environment has become globally interconnected, foreign intelligence activities have extended beyond traditional targets in the U.S. intelligence community and other national security structures. Hostile intelligence services, as well as “private collectors”, now target a wide variety of corporate executives, which has compounded the risk of foreign economic collection and […]

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International Hotel Rooms:
The Enemy’s Gateway to Economic and Industrial Espionage

By Luke Bencie For most international business travellers, overseas hotel accommodations can conjure up an array of images. Depending on the region of the world they travel, frequent fliers know that lodging is never consistent. For example, Southeast Asian hotels deliver a personal attention to detail that can only be found in the Orient, while […]

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Before You Go

By Michael Whelan Once you have received your first Private Security contract, there are some things that you should know. Many people that enter into the world of Private Security have a military or law enforcement background. Being part of one of these organisations often means that you have been used to having a large […]

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Systema (The System)

Systema (which literally means “the system”) is a dynamic form of hand to hand combat that has a rich history steeped in many parts of Russian culture.  The first historical record of this type of fighting dates back over 1000 years, to 948 AD and the Cossack culture.  The Cossacks were renowned for being fierce warriors and […]

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Becoming A Close Protection Officer

By Michael Whelan Employment as a Close Protection Officer can be a rewarding career path. Before you decide on a career in Close Protection, you should ensure that you have done your research and that you have all of the facts. Training can be expensive if you do not have a sponsoring organisation. Close Protection […]

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