Why should every corporation have an executive protection strategy? Hasan Alsancak

Why Should Every Corporation Have an Executive Protection Strategy? Hasan Alsancak


World War I started with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. In other words, a protective team’s failure had put the world at war. US President John F. Kennedy’s assassination was also a milestone in the executive protection world, and his team failed to protect President JFK. Turkish Presidents Turgut Ozal and Suleyman Demirel survived the attempt of assassinations thanks to their luck and the success of the protection teams.


Governments can put a high budget, human resources, and intelligence support on the protection of the leaders. But what about protecting corporate leaders, CEOs, singers, and actors? Can the close protection of at-risk corporate executives be done with limited human and financial resources?


The complex and soft skills of an EP are evolving. What are the parameters of having a reliable executive protection strategy?

  • Planning
  • Training
  • Communication
  • Firearms
  • Protective Equipment
  • Vehicles


The “I know a guy” method to find retired law enforcement or military to handle immediate protection needs is not enough anymore.  Corporations are looking for high-quality protection and value for every cent.


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