Even the most tech-savvy CEO knows that while technology is paramount to our lives and to our business success, real breakthroughs – technological or commercial – are brought about by people. It’s people that dream, innovate, develop, implement, push, and end up bringing home the bacon; in short, it’s all about people.
During the current Olympic Games, there has been an unprecedented number of rather brazen attacks on athletes and high officials, highlighting once again the dangers and vulnerabilities of being unprotected in a dangerous territory, and the need for professional protection in low-security areas – in Brazil and throughout the world.
Risks and uncertainties increase when you are on the road with your computing and communications equipment. When you travel, you and your property can be subjected to a variety of threats. Criminal, espionage and terrorism dangers require that you take appropriate steps to increase your security and mitigate your risks when you are away from your home and office.
Here is a list of steps you will want to consider:
The headline of a recent CNBC news item told us: “Homeland-Security Business Still Booming Ten Years Later”, and “A decade after the 9/11 terror attacks, homeland security is still a growth business.”