FORMER ARMY INTELLIGENCE AGENT WRITES PERSONAL SECURITY GUIDEBOOK FOR WOMEN
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Las Vegas, Nevada (May 10, 2017) – OpSec Intelligence (www.opsecintelligence.com) an Internet personal security advising firm, and publisher Wasteland Press (www.wastelandpress.net) have launched a 2017 updated edition of How to Bodyguard Yourself – A Personal Protection Guide for Women – Redux, a revised guidebook offering women sensible self-protection alternatives in addition to the extreme methods of physical self–defense and firearms. “The personal protection guide for women is intended to change the way women look at their personal security practices by providing them a more efficient, cost-effective way to assess their operating environment and detect the early signs of trouble,” says Stephan Kurr, author, president and OpSec CEO. “The personal protection guide for women advises women on how to incorporate unobtrusive security measures into everyday life and become a proactive individual instead of a reactive victim.”
The personal protection guidebook was written by Las Vegas resident Stephan Kurr, a former U.S. Army counterintelligence special agent. “Our goal with this guidebook is to educate women in preemptive measures that will divert an attack long before they are placed in a situation where they have to engage in a physical confrontation,” says Kurr, 55. “The personal protection guide gives women sound advice on how to enhance their security posture and implement effective countermeasures if needed.”
Women can obtain a softbound copy of How to Bodyguard Yourself – A Personal Protection Guide for Women – Redux directly from the publisher at www.wastelandpress.net, or their local bookstore. The OpSec Intelligence website at www.opsecintelligence.com also offers detailed information about the guidebook as well as sample writings.