I'm guilty of using the phrase "common sense security practices," and I imagine that many executive protection professionals throw around that term periodically too.
Every time I've used that phrase, I've thought "what a cop out" ...there's no phrase in security that's more lazy and vacuous than "common sense security practices." Is there even such a thing?
Below is an excerpt from the training materials for the Travel Intelligence Masterclass. Here, I attempt to iron out some of these illusive (but common sense?) practices.
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