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.
For the 2014 Winter Olympics, a 50-person contingent from the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA), including several members of the board of directors, spent 14 days attending various events and competitions in Sochi, Russia. For Tiger Shaw, two-time Olympian and now President and CEO of the USSA, this meant the need to call in some expert help.
If your organization is operating in an area where the risk of kidnap is deemed high, you should consider the Special Risk options available through the insurance market. Carried by many leading underwriters, Kidnap/Ransom and Extortion (KRE) coverage reimburses the losses associated with a kidnap.
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