Our security services
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.
Residential Security Services
Individualized home security for principals and families through a combination of manpower and technology.
X-ray scanner and metal detectors, manned or unmanned, for screening luggage, parcels and people at events, travel checkpoints and business locations.
Safe, quick removal of people from high-risk situations due to political unrest, natural disasters or other threats.
Hotel security consulting services is to enable hotel owners and operators to maximize the security of people and physical assets.
Risk, threat and vulnerability analyses (RTVAs), security master plans, audits, intelligence reports, hotel security.
Investigations regarding crime, brand protection, asset search and recovery, background and incident analysis.
Maritime security services
Anti-piracy services, onboard security teams and consultants, escort vessels and training.
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How executive protection professionals can deal with paparazzi and other media
When working with high profile or high net worth clients, executive protection professionals must accept that paparazzi and other media simply come with the territory. A clear understanding of how the media operate to access the principal is key to ensuring the principal’s well-being and privacy.
The 3 trends shaping the next wave of global security operation centers
Global security operation centers (GSOCs) are changing, and we’re beginning to see the contours of some new patterns. In this blog, Brian Jantzen, Tommy Christensen, and Sean Schuhriemen take a look at three of the trends that are defining next-generation GSOCs.