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Security Industry Dynamics Drives Training

The current economic conditions coupled with the evolution of criminal methods and the continued changes in terrorist tactics have combined to create a highly dynamic security environment. This demands security staff get continuing education.

 
 
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PRLog - Jul. 30, 2012 - Changes in tools, methods and tactics by criminals, extremists and terrorists have changed the nature of the threats we face today.  The changing nature of threats requires that security workers gain new skills, new understandings, and new knowledge in order to function as required.   Spy-Ops has recognized this dynamics and updated 50 percent of our training briefs this year with the remainder being less than 2 years old.  Our briefs provide timely information for those in security.

Individuals and organizations in the security field face a number of obstacles when it comes to meeting the educational demands of the current environment.  Spy-Ops has addressed the top two obstacles – time and cost.  Our continuing education briefs are economical and convenient as well as offering increased value for security professionals.  Those who leverage our training resources clearly stand-out among others in their field.    Whether for personal advancement or required by the government or the employer, Spy-Ops has 75 training briefs to choose from.  Our materials have been distributed in over 30 countries around the world as well as being referenced routinely.

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