In Israel, civilians and First Responders alike know what it is to be constantly
targeted by terrorism. No site is sacred, no target left unthreatened; from bars
to cafes, kindergartens to universities, libraries to malls, holy places to stadiums, and
of course national, governmental, police and military installations.
The Israeli security manager must understand the threats that may come upon him.
The quick-changing threats from Islamic Terrorism in the Middle East have created
an experienced civilian and government infrastructure of security, threat assessment
and threat mitigation. The lessons learned from one event are quickly passed on
and implemented at other venues. The goal — to create an up-to-date and viable
deterrence to other attacks.
Airports, military installations, government buildings, schools, universities,
public transportation and hubs, shopping malls, high-rise buildings, open markets,
stadiums, seaports, events, and public meeting places each have different challenges
that security personal must overcome to properly protect the public and assets.
The techniques of terror used on Israeli targets are far more advanced from many
other terror-stricken regions. The Israeli experience allows security managers
and executive decision-makers the birds-eye view from a modern society’s security
challenges and solutions.
The lessons learned yesterday in Israel
will prepare you for tomorrow.
Working with organizations that refuse to surrender
their domestic or international operations to terrorism.