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June, 2017

Risky Business | Business Travel Magazine
Published On 08/14/2017

George Taylor, iJET’s vice president of global operations, says: “I see the need to account for employees’ whereabouts evolving beyond only high-risk travel.  Attacks in Europe and other high-risk locations have demonstrated that crisis situations can happen anywhere.  “While full-time tracking may not be necessary, the ability to turn on a tracking feature in times of crisis will become increasing relevant.” Adds Taylor. page 17

3 Things to Know as Trump's Revised Travel Ban Takes Effect | TIME
Published On 06/27/2017

This time should be different, according to Bruce McIndoe, president of travel risk management and security company iJET International. "This is not going to be a chaotic mess like we saw earlier this year," he said. "[This version] is limited, and the Administration is going to be a little more savvy about its implementation." 

iJET Names New CEO as Demand for Risk Services Expands | The Wall Street Journal's Risk & Compliance Journal
Published On 06/07/2017
IJET International Inc., a risk consulting firm backed by private-equity shop LLR Partners, has named a new chief executive as it looks to capitalize on growing demand for risk services, the company told The Wall Street Journal. Benjamin Allen has taken over from co-founder and previous CEO Bruce McIndoe, who now serves as president.  
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ITIJ TV News Update 07 June 2017 | ITIJ
Published On 06/06/2017

Bob Howell, senior advisor, critical operations, global operations provides a current global threat update on additional terrorist attacks.  

Are You Doing Enough to Address the Information Risks at Your Conference | PCMA
Published On 06/05/2017

Bruce McIndoe, president of global risk management firm iJET, provides hacking security tips at the PCMA Education Conference in June 2017. 

Risk Management: Getting Started | Business Travel News
Published On 06/03/2017

Have a plan and follow the mantra, "Prepare, monitor and respond," said iJet vice president of global operations for travel risk management George Taylor. "Bigger companies may have more money, but throwing money at the problem isn't always the solution. If you don't have a plan, policy or methodology around action ... all that technology is a bunch of noise. It's like having the news and a television show on: You're getting a lot of information, but what are you going to do with it?"

CPP Certification Profile | Security Management Magazine
Published On 06/01/2017

​Anjali Sniadowski, director, global risk programs, CPP, PSP, for iJET International admits that a security career may not be for everyone. She can list some downsides: irregular hours and hard work. But in her mind, the pluses outweigh any negatives.  page 73

A World of Trouble | Business Jet Traveler
Published On 06/01/2017

“Business jet users are conscious that they are more visible [than other people] as a target,” says Bruce McIndoe, chief executive of iJET, a global travel risk-management company. 

Tunisia Labor Demonstrations Likely to Continue Despite Reforms | Dow Jones News
Published On 05/25/2017

Alison Payne, intelligence analyst for iJET International focuses on a notable increase in labor and development-related civil unrest has occurred in Tunisia in recent months. Government officials have attempted to mitigate the unrest through negotiations and promises of local reforms as well as by discussing national-level reforms with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Despite these efforts, it is unlikely that demonstrations will cease in the near term, as promised reforms will do little to achieve quick and visible results in areas affected by protests.  Subscription required.

May, 2017

Protecting Yourself From An Attack | Fox 45 News Baltimore (WBFF)
Published On 05/24/2017

Right now it seems people are being attacked in various ways, from being rundown on sidewalks to explosions at commuter stations. Now the latest attack, outside a concert venue, hows people wondering what they can do to protect themselves from an attack. iJET International's COO John Rose joins us to discuss what we can do. 

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