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ETS Risk Management ETS is a Global Risk Management and Executive Protection Company focused on the provision of Protective Security Solutions for Multi-National Corporations, High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs), NGOs and Scholastic Organizations. Low profile, discrete and without fanfare the ETS culture pushes simplification at every juncture. ETS has established itself as an agile, customer-focused company leveraging years of collective experience within UK and U.S Special Forces, elite Government Units, and Intelligence Agencies, as well as extensive corporate and NGO risk management operational experience to deliver results. We enable client operations, protecting people, assets and reputations through intelligence-led solutions.

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Is Social Media A Danger To Our Privacy?

By | May 20, 2020

When faced with such questions, security professionals often respond by huddling among ourselves to double check and wrestle with our strategies for response plans, perimeter security, access control, cameras, and staffing. Yet, although counterintuitive, we must also inclusively embrace those who question us and view them not just as constituents but as soft target stewards who represent our… Read More »

Safe Purchasing Online While Connected to Public Wi-Fi

By | May 19, 2020

When the URL begins with “HTTPS,” the site is secure, and you are safe to use a credit card. If the site does not include an “s” in this beginning part of the URL, opt out of the online purchase, and try using a third-party payment system like PayPal instead. These sites act as another barrier between an… Read More »

Workplace Violence Training | ETS Risk Management

By | May 13, 2020

Now that you’ve defined workplace violence program and threats it’s important to articulate who is a “protected person” under your policy. Again, broad inclusive language lets it be known that you have zero tolerance for anyone to feel threatened while under your care, and, it facilitates rapid handling of a potentially violent scenario. Employees, visitors, customers, vendors, and… Read More »

Insider Threat Detection Using Search and Analytics

By | May 12, 2020

High levels of stress or fear are sudden, intense and normally of short duration. The effects of this can be positive and negative, producing an immediate physical reaction and performance-enhancing benefit but also a negative reaction with typical problems including tunnel vision, failure to prioritize, freezing and loss of concentration event security. Please read the originial post here:… Read More »

What Are Insider Threats and How Can You Mitigate Them?

By | May 6, 2020

What your company spent years to develop can be lost in an instant at insider threats programs the hands of one bad intentioned employee. The statistics on employee theft of intellectual property (IP) paint a dark portrait of what employees do when disgruntled, moving on, or stockpiling for a rainy day. Please read the originial post here:

Protective Surveillance Teams – A pro-active resource

By | May 5, 2020

Protective Surveillance can be used without the client knowing they are being protected. This is often used in cases of that may be at risk from abduction or kidnap but do not know the risk for whatever the reason or the guardians require a greater degree of peace of mind. High net worth individuals and celebrities, for example,… Read More »