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Hostile Surveillance and intelligence

Date: 4 April 2024
Venue: Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore

Our philosophy emphasizes early identification of a sophisticated adversary through a deep understanding of their behaviour, information collection, and operations. Pre-attack field intelligence is crucial, gathered through various methods. This course focuses on recognizing hostile surveillance, disrupting planning cycles, preventing hostile acts, and establishing a surveillance detection-capable program. Gain essential insights to enhance your security approach.

Fee:
Public – SGD $750 (Price before 9% GST)
Government – SGD $680 (Price before 9% GST)

 

 

Analysing Terrorism threat: Pre- and – Post 7/10 attack perspectives 

Date: 5 April 2024
Venue: Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore

Join our one-day course to assess the readiness of current security strategies for future challenges. Drawing parallels with impactful events like 9/11 and the 7/10 terrorist attacks, we delve into crucial questions about preparedness. Gain a unique, firsthand perspective on the 7/10 terrorist attack, exploring details such as tactics, planning, and the unfolding of the event. Delve into the tools and methods used, offering valuable lessons from one of the most substantial terrorist attacks to date. Enhance your understanding of current threats and fortify your approach to security in this insightful course.

Fee:
Public – SGD $750 (Price before 9% GST)
Government – SGD $680 (Price before 9% GST)

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*Due to the sensitive nature of the workshop topic, participation is restricted to law enforcement officers, military personnel, and approved security professionals exclusively*

For more information, please contact maria@cctpworld.com

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