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By:  Joshua Gideon In early 2007 I began getting involved in the private security industry in an attempt to add some diversity to my skills.  My background is in computer security and I wanted to be a bit well rounded in case I ever needed to pursue work outside the […]

Blog Rewind: Even the Pros get ambushed





By: Joshua Gideon I have gone through a roller coaster of emotions tonight as word broke that the body of missing 1 year old girl in Indiana had been found by a river near where she was taken. I am very familiar with the town where the young child was […]

Mayberry isn’t real, lock your doors!




By: Joshua Gideon Weeks before the terror attacks in Paris and the terror attack in California, my wife had me watch a video blog she follows. This particular video blog is made by a husband and wife who blog about their adventures at a particular theme park. Evidently they have […]

How do I “feel safe” again?



By: Joshua Gideon  When speaking about attacks in the Dignitary Protection or Protective Security world, many of us have heard people say “you can’t stop a determined attacker intent on killing you.” Although I do understand the point the statement is trying to make about not being able to plan […]

Detecting when correlation is no longer coincidence