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Close protection that mitigates risk for high-profile individuals wherever their interests take them.
Secure travel services
Secure travel services provide travelers with peace of mind by delivering customized, safe solutions regarding transportation.
Monitoring, analyzing and reporting on the international corporation’s ever-changing security situation.
Operation center support
Around-the-clock, rapid response to intelligence, traveler-tracking information, alarms and other predefined criteria.
Comprehensive planning, implementation and staffing to protect all kinds of events worldwide.
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My favorite supplements for maintaining operational health as an executive protection professional
Depending on whether the client is at home or traveling, executive protection professionals are often on the job 12-18 hours a day. So it’s no wonder that good food and sleep often end up way too far down the everyday priority list. In this blog, Martin Nielsen shares his favorite supplements to help busy EP agents stay healthy despite the odds.
Epic EP failures: Now WHY did I do THAT?
Everybody screws up. Some of us even admit it, if only after a few drinks. In this blog, Jared Van Driessche and Christian West take an honest look at some of their most epic screw ups as executive protection agents. The names have been changed to protect the innocent – except for Christian’s and Jared’s.
CES and Corporate Event Security: 6 Things Event Planners and CSOs Need to Know
In this blog, Christian West and corporate event security expert Antonio Revilla draw on years of CES experience to point out the six things that make CES interesting – and challenging – from a security perspective.
Our book is out in audio!
We're happy to announce that our book, Corporate Executive Protection: An Introduction for Corporations and Security Professionals, is now available in an audio version.
Travel intelligence for executive protection: How and when we use it in the real world
In this blog, Christian West and guest blogger Chris Hurst join forces to examine the travel intelligence needs of executive protection professionals. Tasked with keeping people safe, happy and productive while on the road – this week in New York, next week in Nairobi – and with little time to read thick background reports, executive protection practitioners have distinct intelligence needs before, during and after every trip.