The holidays are right around the corner. First, comes Thanksgiving, of course, which we just celebrated here in the United States of America. But it is followed quickly by Hanukkah and Christmas, and then, of course, by New Year’s. In other countries, of course, there are different holidays, especially in the Muslim world. But one thing is for certain. There will be holidays! Continue reading

US corporations are eager to get a slice of business in Cuba. Since former President Obama opened up relations with Cuba, starting with the restoration of diplomatic relations in 2015, trade between the USA and Cuba has been of increasing interest to US corporations. That means some amount of preliminary travel to and from the Communist nation. In addition, tourism has opened up as well, allowing US citizens to visit Cuba more easily. Continue reading

Editor’s note. With the passage of time, it is now possible to analyze some of the attributes common to terror attacks against crowds. Unfortunately, these events have become “targets” per se of terrorist. Any organization which sends employees or key personnel overseas or – to be frank – to events in the United States or the home country is vulnerable. In this article, our international security experts overview the event in Manchester, United Kingdom at the Ariana Grande attack. If you are looking for consulting on international event security, please reach out for a consultation. Continue reading