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Congress on personal, corporate and national security opens Monday

June 25, 2010

 

Security experts from Costa Rica and abroad will teach workshops and give lectures on maintaining personal, corporate and national security at the convention center of the Hotel Ramada Plaza Herradura today through Wednesday.
 
The International Congress on Safety will focus on techniques for dealing with crisis situations and crime prevention. The congress intends to inform businesses and individuals regarding various ways of ensuring personal security. Speakers from the United States, Spain, Argentina, Ecuador, Bulgaria and Mexico will be featured. Kidnapping, gangs, VIP protection and tourist security all will be part of the conference.
U.S. speaker Miguel Montero, who has worked with various security agencies over the years, will give a talk entitled “The Grand Security Strategy,” a comprehensive presentation on developing and applying national methods of security including the military, diplomacy and economics for the promotion of security.

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