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Keeping the “executive” in executive protection-pt 2

As a continuation of yesterday’s blog I I wanted to touch on a couple things with this topic. Terminology and meanings are critical when speaking to clients as well as colleagues.

Terms such as assessment, site assessment, and site security assessment are all used freely and loosely yet all have different purposes. Understanding what they are and their intended outcome will set you apart as an expert and learned specialist.

An assessment- is a basic evaluation of something. Many times this term is wrongly used for the next 2 as well as used to describe a survey trip.

Site assessment – evaluates any site on its physical characteristics.

Site security assessment – evaluates the site and its security vulnerabilities.

As you can see the terms and definition give a clear distinction in mission set and intended purpose. Moreover if we start using them properly and not short cutting them in conversations amongst ourselves and clients everyone will be on the same page.

An educated client can sniff out SCAB’s from the experts which can help weed out the mess. Keep the “executive” in executive protection.

Sorry for the short blog blast but I am fitting this is while on a detail.

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    . Understanding what they are and their intended outcome will set you apart as an expert and learned specialist.

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