By Douglas Kane & Paul Michael Viollis; Reviewed by John Friedlander
This book’s focus is on asset protection of high-net-worth individuals and families, says reviewer John Friedlander.
***** Silent Safety: Best Practices for Protecting the Affluent. By Douglas Kane & Paul Michael Viollis. Worth Publishers, www.silentsafety.net 145 pages; $59.95.
Authors Kane and Viollis have written a useful book in Silent Safety: Best Practices for Protecting the Affluent. The book’s focus is on asset protection of high-net-worth individuals and families. Cofounders of security consulting firm Risk Control Strategies, the authors cite real-life incidents from company case files to illustrate their points.
The book is formatted into 15 chapters, each detailing pertinent areas of exposure facing prominent, visible, or wealthy persons. Each chapter contains a set of practical guidelines presented in accessible terms. For the security professional, the book’s templates and checklists will provide an effective starting point to identify vulnerabilities and initiate mitigating controls. Nonsecurity professionals serving the affluent—asset managers, attorneys, insurance agents, architects—will find the advice in this book helpful as well.
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