I was at an outdoor ATM on a city street and was just about to withdraw money when I noticed a man approaching quickly from behind and slightly to the side of me. His body was angled toward me, and I assumed he was going to ask for money, but I felt threatened by how quickly he was moving and the fact that he was approaching while I was at an ATM. I remembered what I had been taught in the Global Journalist Security training with Frank Smyth and Sara Salam, so I quickly put my arm out, palm forward and said in a very loud commanding voice, "DO NOT APPROACH ME WHILE I AM AT AN ATM." The man immediate stopped. He stared at me for just a moment, then ran away. I don't know what his intention was, but I felt happy and confident that I was able to stop his approach and protect myself this way.