Make Your Case: Run a Self-Surveillance | ITS Tactical

Too often we become obsessed with being up to date with technology and skills-sets that we forget to look at ourselves. Sure, we know why we do the things we do, but what message are we projecting to others? Are we too transparent? Instead of being truly covert – the height of preparedness or surveillance – are we being terribly overt?*

Pride can be a flame that draws unwanted attention. There’s nothing covert about the neighbors saying, “Looks like John’s bought enough food for two Armageddon’s,” or “Look’s like Mark’s on security detail again.”*

It’s not just about staying under the radar; it’s about taking stock of what you’ve been doing and that’s why it’s important to take a week of self-reflection and case yourself."*