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  • Course Length: 150 mins

USD 149

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The Hostile Vehicle Ramming Attacks course is designed to provide individuals, organizations, and security personnel with essential knowledge and skills to understand, prevent, and respond effectively to potential vehicle ramming attacks. This type of attack involves using a vehicle as a weapon to deliberately target and strike people, infrastructure, or property with the intent of causing harm and destruction.

Hostile vehicle ramming attacks have become a significant security concern globally due to their potential to cause mass casualties, damage critical infrastructure, and instill fear among the public.

Hostile Vehicle Ramming Attacks course plays a crucial role in improving security measures and preparedness, ensuring a proactive approach to countering the threat of vehicle ramming attacks and enhancing overall safety and resilience in the face of evolving security challenges.

  • Introduction to Ramming Attacks
  • Historical perspective
  • Trends
  • Types of ramming attacks
  • Attacker Modus of Operandi
  • Threat landscape
  • Adversary perspective
  • Misperception
  • Security countermeasures
  • Pre-attack indicators and behavioural analysis
  • Course summary

Yaniv Peretz Course Instructor

Yaniv Peretz Course Instructor

Yaniv Peretz is a highly-skilled security professional with over 25 years of experience, known  for his illustrious career in the industry. From his military service in the renowned Golani brigade to his role as a security attaché in the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yaniv has displayed expertise and dedication in various international capacities. He has been deployed to embassies worldwide and played a leading role in counter-terrorism consultations following the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Yaniv’s corporate journey includes serving as the Head of Security for Oerlikon in Shanghai and New York, where he managed company security, fraud investigations, and export control. He later established Lorin, a Singapore and Israel-based security company specializing in physical security design. With a focus on security technology design and digital transformation, Yaniv has provided consultation and oversight for numerous commercial, residential, and industrial sites. His impressive portfolio includes the design and implementation of command centers for managed security and operations services, with notable projects such as Jem Mall Compass Heights, Bukit Timah Plaza, and Eco-Tech@Sunview. Yaniv’s expertise has earned Lorin recognition from government ministries and prestigious awards, including recognition by the Singapore Stock Exchanges and honors in the Industry Digital Plan, Video Analytics Implementation, and Job Redesign categories.

Aside from his practical achievements, Yaniv is actively involved in education and training within the security industry. As the founder of the Counter Terrorism Certification Board, he has developed internationally recognized programs such as the Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) and Certified Physical Security Consultant (CPSC) certifications. He authored the Complete Counter Terrorism Guide in 2018 and serves as the Operational Director of The Counter Terrorist Magazine – Asia Pacific Edition. Yaniv’s extensive knowledge and experience make him a sought-after speaker at security conferences, universities, and events, while his media interviews establish him as a subject matter expert in digital transformation, security, and terrorism. Additionally, he holds board positions in esteemed associations and organizations such as the Security Systems Association of Singapore (SSAS), the Security Consultants Accreditation Board, and Counter Terrorism Certification Board. Notably, Yaniv Peretz is listed as a Security Consultant meeting the General Competence Requirement for a Competent Person by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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