"Unlike a defined crime, such as a murder or mass killing, the active aspect inherently implies that both law enforcement personnel AND citizens have the potential to affect the outcome of the event based upon their responses." -FBI, 2013
"Technology can't always stop someone from making mistakes but training them in a way that changes thinking, and behavior, can bring about a “Breach-Proof Culture” where employees across all departments share a heightened awareness, understanding, and commitment to eliminating risk."
“The difference between being a victim and a survivor is often a low level of situational awareness. You can't be a super-spy, watchful and paranoid every day. But I am more watchful than the average American.” - Barry Eisler
"We can’t and shouldn’t stop students from using the internet, but we can bring awareness and a realization that proper social media use can set them up for success." Mark Seguin, TBG Solutions Inc. Owner/CEO
“The difference between being a victim and a survivor is often the level of situational awareness. You can’t be super-spy or watchfully paranoid every day, but you can be more watchful than the average American.”