How To Protect Jewish Facilities

What follows are proven, practical methods to protect Jewish organizations that have been developed over many years of hands-on experience in this field. My experience in protecting Jewish organizations doesn’t just come from being born and raised in Israel and serving in the IDF. I’ve been professionally involved in protecting Jewish and Israeli organizations, facilities,… Read More How To Protect Jewish Facilities

Covert Operations – Common Misconceptions

This article will cover some of the more common misconceptions I’ve encountered among non-practitioners of covert operations (mainly those who want to employ covert operators). For those interested in getting tips for field operators, please check out my previous articles, Tips & Suggestions for Covert Operators and Tips & Suggestions for SD Operators. Overt—Low-Profile—Covert I… Read More Covert Operations – Common Misconceptions

How To Get Started With Physical Security: A Guide For Startups & Small Companies

This article is intended for non-security professionals who are looking for advice on how to get a physical security program started.   OK, you’ve gotten to the point where your organization needs to employ some physical security measures. Now, for most small companies, startups, VCs, foundations and family offices, having to deal with security isn’t… Read More How To Get Started With Physical Security: A Guide For Startups & Small Companies

Big Mistakes & Embarrassing Failures

“Fail Often so you can succeed sooner.” —Tom Kelly. Mistakes and failures in surveillance, surveillance detection and special protective operations are things I write about quite frequently. I’ve examined them from every which way, explained how they look, discussed many case studies and talked about how to avoid them. One aspect I haven’t touched on… Read More Big Mistakes & Embarrassing Failures