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What People Are Saying...

Daniel -Traveled to: Thailand

This report probably saved my laptop, my wallet, and many nightmares that we were able to avoid with my wife. There is so much information on the internet that I didn't have time to go through all of that before taking our flight. I'm not used to traveling much so I figured that I could save some time by getting a guide like the one we got, and to be honest it saved much more than just my time researching on the internet. As an American one gets so used to the safety of this country that once you we tend to forget that as a tourist you are a very easy target for robbery, people can spot you from a mile away since we look so different.

I just wanted to thank Bill for the awesome advice, at first I was unsure if I was being paranoid about my travel, but in the end getting this small report ended up being very valuable, just a quick email to say thank you

Wesley & Martha - Traveled to : India
Marcus -Traveled to: Rio de Janeiro

These Safety and Security Briefs are one of a kind. There’s nothing out there like it on the market right now from
what I’ve experienced."


Bill Gaskill has over 30 years of global risk mitigation management experience including over 10 years of corporate work and more than 20 years of extensive international experience with the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, U.S. Department of State. As Vice President of a Security Fusion Center until 2012, Bill worked directly with Fortune 500 Senior Executives and Ultra High Net Worth business teams and advised on all aspects of physical and personal security.

Bill was Chief of Security and Senior Security/Counter Terrorism adviser at five U.S. Embassies: Israel, Greece, Peru, Cyprus, and Togo. He developed and led comprehensive security programs in a variety of locales throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe andLatin America. He retired from the Department of State in 2003 as a member of the Senior Foreign Service and has professional fluency ratings in Spanish, Greek, French and Hebrew. Bill served as an EOD officer in the U.S. Army for four years immediately

"Whether it is on a bus in New Delhi or at a resort in Acapulco, Mexico, the risk of an assault may seem ever-present, if recent high-profile attacks in places like these are indicative of a general state of danger for female travelers."


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