KARACHI - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has received its first report on security measures taken by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for hosting the forthcoming Champions Trophy matches in Lahore, Karachi and Rawalpindi. According to a Dubai-based sources, the first confidential interim report has been conveyed verbally to the ICC officials this week by Johannesburg-based South African security company- M/s Nicholls Steyen and Associates. The company, which was engaged for the World Cup also, has again been asked by the ICC to oversee the arrangements in Pakistan for hosting the Champions Trophy following some concern raised by few foreign players.  The two Security company directors- Bob Nicholls and Rory Steyn had a series of meetings with the ICC officials this week, it is also learnt. Both are scheduled to arrive in Karachi late on Friday night. They will be in the city till the end of the on-going Asia Cup. Interestingly, Rory Steyn was the team leader of the former South African president Nelson Mandela's close protection unit from 1996 to 1999. The other three security experts- Faisul Nagel (the head of the sports security division of the company), Bruce Spargo and Steve Stephenson (stadium security specialists) are already in the country. Reg Dickason, the expert recruited by Australia, England and New Zealand has returned after paying a visit to this city late last month.