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Is the perception of preparedness conducive – or threatening – to preparedness?

In today’s fast-paced and evolving world, both individuals and businesses rarely have as much resources at their disposal as they would like. Across the globe, people are overworked, operations are overloaded and budgets are constrained. So why should we prepare … Continue reading

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War Gaming Simulation together with GIMI

Lotan Group is proud to announce the completion of another Strategic Decision Making Simulation using our computerized “BeST” system (Be-Strategic.solutions). The simulation was held by the Galilee International management institute in the North of Israel as part of the annual … Continue reading

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Suicide Bomber from U.S. flew Home

Law enforcement and intelligence agencies estimate that the threat of using suicide attackers to attack targets in the U.S or Europe is no longer considered a low probability event. The US born terrorist Abu-Salha had returned to the United States … Continue reading

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They Didn’t Train Us Part 2

By Mr. Vikas Chauhan They never trained us…….“When a suicidal gunman entered a New Jersey mall on Monday night and opened fire, store manager Daisy Rodriguez locked the doors and hid in the back of her shop, nothing guiding her … Continue reading

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They Didn’t Train us…

“When a suicidal gunman entered a New Jersey mall on Monday night and opened fire, store manager Daisy Rodriguez locked the doors and hid in the back of her shop, nothing guiding her but instinct.”I was panicked. I was scared. … Continue reading

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Overcoming Resistance to Change and Cost Management in Hotel Security Training

Written by Asaf Amedi The doctrine that guides every formidable security infrastructure comprises three essential security aspects: a sound security concept, well-trained human resources and advanced technology. The paramount importance of these three aspects cannot be further reiterated when you … Continue reading

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SECURITY IN THAILAND………

by Stephen Philips Greetings from the Land of Smiles! This country with its wonderful beaches and islands in the south, with its forested mountains and multitude of rivers in the north and its enchanted and dazzling temples throughout the land, … Continue reading

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Extended Security Communities as Part of the War Against Terror

The report last week from India on http://uk.news.yahoo.com/hyderabad-blast-7-feared-dead-141443751.html caught my eye as well as my heart. “At least 12 people have been killed and dozens others injured in two bomb blasts in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad which police … Continue reading

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The Checkpoint of the Future – Validating the Need for Change

Written by Mr. Itay Levin It is a perfectly simple matter to explain the need for a change in the current approach to airport checks on passengers and the hand luggage they carry. A review of the attacks and attempted … Continue reading

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Black Swans in the Security World

In 17th century Europe, they would use the expression “Black Swan” to refer to something impossible, because obviously only white swans exist and there are no black swans in nature. However, in 1697 the western world was astonished by the … Continue reading

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