Isaac Del BosquePablo Ortiz-Monasterio
The Attacker Planning Process
Isaac del Bosque (Brecha) is a specialist in security breaches. With more than a decade and a half of experience in the field of government and private security, during this time he has focused on documenting and studying security flaws from their origin, development, context, and management.
He began his career in the Mexican army, having served 10 years, participating and receiving training in units of the Military Police, Presidential Guards, Presidential General Staff, Special Forces and in the Mexican Navy as an inter-institutional exchange.
During this time in the Mexican armed forces, he was part of the immediate security teams of several presidents, prime ministers, and top-level officials during their diplomatic visits to Mexico, concluding his military career as an instructor at the Presidential Guard Corps Training Center, being recognized by this same body for standing out in the teaching of the subject of Dignitary Protection.
Today, while writing his dedicated and specialized book on security breaches, during his time in the private sector, he has designed, coordinated, and executed successful physical security plans and operations for companies in the mining, automotive, and industrial sectors, and for transnationals that have built renewable energy projects in some of the most dangerous areas of Mexico such as Sonora, Zacatecas, Chihuahua, Tamaulipas, Torreón, among others.