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

The buzzword of the year has to be “Fake News.” Politicians and business moguls accuse reporters of it. Gossip magazines and websites thrive on it and ask “is it fake or not?” While the Internet is rife with fabricated stories, consumers are confused over what the truth is. Continue reading

Corporations love events. Even with the move to more and more “online” events, corporate events are increasing according to those entities that track this in a statistical way. Continue reading

Recent high profile events, such as the tragedy that occurred at the Arianna Grande event in London, have further reminded everyone of the importance of event security. Vulnerable targets such as the entrances and exits to events have clearly come to the fore as a linchpin in the war on terror. Large-scale events such as music concerts or sports events are clearly targets for terrorists and so-called lone wolves, but even smaller events can be targets of some type of security threat. Continue reading

San Diego, California – March 1, 2017. IMG GlobalSecur, a leading international security consulting firm with services for corporate event security, is proud to announce a short but important analysis of security precautions taken at the recent Super Bowl. Continue reading