Part of mitigating risk has to do with minimizing exposure, there is a time for deterrence but that time is not all of the time. If you’re in a relaxed environment and you are able to keep a low profile based on the threat level and a number of other relevant considerations, aim to keep yourself and your client off of the radar by acting more like a civilian. Try not to let it be known through your body language, clothing and other characteristics that you are there for security.
The fewer people realize you’re there for security, the higher the probability that you won’t need to actually act like security in many cases. Many high-end professionals move through environments with their principals without even being detected by the public or disrupting the natural environment and operating like this mitigates a number of security concerns that come with showing up to big in your environment.
Let’s work together to take your career to the next level this year. The Executive Protection training day class has only been in session for two months and we are already over 70 strong, join the movement, keep up with the class and let’s work together.