The council will focus on educating executive protection professionals and establishing the field as a business enabler.
April 18, 2016
Interest in executive protection education and guidance has grown within ASIS International since the introduction of a two-day program in 1998 and a Certificate in Executive Protection in 2013. Now, council members will focus on providing education and resources on professional executive protection, and establishing EP as a business enabler to keep protectees safe and productive.
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