The international security market for drones will grow to $10 billion by 2020 and like almost any technology, they present an opportunity for benefits as well as risks. Consider five articles which illustrate very real and quickly growing concerns around these devices and the impact they have on the security industry and beyond.
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Security professionals know it is essential to analyze and mitigate threats to the greatest extent possible. One of the best ways to understand and mitigate risks in any aspect of life is by looking at it from a postulated perspective.
Many travelers do not prepare adequately for upcoming business or personal trips to a new or even well-known country. Often, frequent travelers feel they are experienced enough to handle situations as they arrive, however with an increase in global terrorist threats and cyber risks, it is more important than ever to be prepared. Learn about the unique security risks and latest communication challenges within the Middle East, including ways to prepare for travel and prevent threats.
The Best AT-RISK International blog posts of 2017 include security concerns facing today’s professionals and safety tips for traveling abroad.
There are many casual fears that travelers may have when going abroad, among them: terrorism and crime, but if you ask any travel risk analyst, they will tell you that risk related to infrastructure may be the most underrated. This blog discusses those risks, and suggests some strategies that security professionals can use to analyze infrastructure in a more comprehensive way.