OrcaSecure BV aims to make security effective.
Effective security will be achieved through an integrated approach, a proactive security concept in accordance with the methodology of Predictive profiling and experienced and security personnel.
In the proactive security concept, people are the key to success and that is why we focus on the human factor in the proactive security concept. Through this people-oriented approach we bring the security of organizations and companies to a high quality level, so that the security meets all expectations in all facets.
Education and training
Jan van Twillert
Jan van Twillert is since 2014 director/owner of OrcaSecure BV. At OrcaSecure Jan is tutor/trainer and security consultant. He developed in 2012 the course Predictive Profiling which is offered by OrcaSecure twice per year licensed by the European Security Intelligence Foundation (ESIF).
From 2008 till 2014 Jan has worked for the agency Promundo. At Promundo he worked as an interim security manager, security consultant and tutor/trainer.
In the period of 1998 till 2008 was Jan Head of Security at the National Institute of Health and Environment (RIVM) where he managed a security team. At that time he developed the exercise program for security officers and applied it successfully at the RIVM.
In 2011 he published his book “Be prepared for the unexpected”. Jan was also active for 9 years in the private security branche. As a district manager he was responsible for the quality of the security.
Jan started his career at the Royal Dutch Navy, where he served his country for 9 years.
In 2008 Jan is certified by ASIS International as Certified Protection Professional (CPP). He followed in 2010 and 2012 a train-the-trainer course Predictive Profiling in Israel by Chameleon Associates. From 2012 till 2016 was Jan member of the Dutch National Think-tank Integrated Security.
The OrcaSecure logo consists of 2 orcas that come straight out of the water. I often get the question why orcas?
As an amateur biologist I have been studying the population of killer whales north of Vancouver Island for 15 years now. In the past fifteen years I have learned how intelligent killer whales are. Killer whales are not only interested in their own environment, which is the ocean, but they also regularly check if there is something that could threatens them or if there is something they could prey on. Looking above the water is called "spyhopping".
The link with security is made quickly. Effective security is proactive and requires knowledge about how the adversary works. In other words, we will regularly have to "spy hop" in the adversary's environment and learn to think from the perspective of the adversary to proactively keep one step ahead.
The two orcas in the logo spyhoppen back to back, so they give each other back cover in the environment that is strange to them