Reloading: a road-map to re-engage with readers

After a long hiatus, I feel the need to return to providing valuable security information through this blog. If you care to know, I have been immersed in a very exciting project with a MNC providing a full range of security services in challenging environment. Although I’m forbidden from disclosing confidential information regarding any of past, present and future companies I’m engage to provide these services, I see value in sharing with you all the methods by which a protection program is articulated. It’s my firm believe that this grain of sand not only contributes to the discussions of more resilient people, communities and enterprises.

It’s my sincere commitment to continue to provide more valuable information through frequent posts and interactive discussions on comments and Q&A sections.

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“It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.”    

                                                                             Alan Cohen

Security Beyond Borders was conceived from the concept that in our ever more convoluted planet we you can tackle new challenges in a secure way. The site aims to become a learning tool for the general public and security professionals. It will cover the topics like Security Awareness, Travel Security, Crisis Management and Risk Assessment. The site is intended for a world-wide audience with unique content, travel advice; links to security news, videos, and podcasts. It will broaden the security best practice discussions; as well as analyze the impact of geopolitics, and geo-economics on our global security.

I will be adding posts and linking to security breaking news sources. I’ve noticed a gap in open information gathering sources that dynamically interpret the myriad global security risk signals. As a security practitioner, I share a duty to increase global security awareness and empowerment of resilient individuals, organizations and communities.

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