Successful organizations approach the problem set of travel safety by ensuring proper planning, training, and functional integration across three key stakeholders: organizational plans, contingency mechanisms, and the individual traveler. Of these three stakeholders, the individual traveler is typically the most dynamic and unpredictable. In fact, the individual traveler is the single most “at-risk” element in operations involving travel. It is also important to note that many personnel within an organization can and do become “individual travelers” at some point and that this status cuts across all organizational levels. Because of this, it is essential for organizations with personnel traveling abroad to have solid travel security policies, plans, and training programs. CPPS’ approach is specifically designed to prepare both the individual traveler and organizations from the various levels of risk associated to international travel.