Your move - Think like the enemy to protect your organization (Series Counterplay nr. 1) | Kim Covent & Wesley De Smet | 9789046612323
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Authors: Kim Covent & Wesley De Smet ISBN: 9789046612323 Counterplay is a proactive security concept that complements your existing security plan and tackles your security challenges in a different way. Counterplay radically chooses the criminal perspective. Looking through the eyes of the enemy to better protect yourself. Not by tracking down or attacking potential enemies, but by pro-actively subverting as many attack strategies as possible. You are thinking ahead in a game of chess with the enemy. With plenty of practical examples and useful tips, Counterplay translates its ideas into viable methods tailored to any organization. People are put at the heart of the approach, because human action is crucial in any security policy. People can be your weakest link, but with the right guidance and tools they become your strongest asset. Counterplay is for anyone who wants to work on security in the workplace. For security professionals who want to add new security insights to their organization. For employees of emergency services, security personnel of museums and other institutions, but also for hospitality teams of organizations and events. You will learn to observe proactively, to look critically at your own (security) resources, and to design effective barriers in an accessible way. Kim Covent is an advisor with the Ghent local police and has over 14 years of experience in communications and policy at the local level. As an international speaker, she presents and educates on observation techniques, nonverbal communication, and proactive security. She uses gamification and action learning in spotting and understanding deviant behavior and criminal attacks. Wesley De Smet, CPP, is department head of Facility Management at the Ghent Museum of Fine Arts. He is an expert in museum security and crisis management and previously worked as a safety & welfare consultant, prevention advisor and emergency planning officer in various government agencies. He speaks at national and international forums and serves on the board of ASIS International Benelux Chapter.