Our expertise in executive protection (including armed protection) runs the range of short-time and long-time preventative measures to deter threats to the actual response on foot and in vehicles (boats and planes too) for clients being directly threatened or in danger. It is a very wide gamut of expertise and responsibility. And we’re always evaluating and thinking on how we can do better. Even when we’re doing so well there are no threats appearing. That’s when we buckle down and look even harder at our preparation, procedures and respond actions, and follow up. EP (executive protection) is a combination of human analytics and performance, information sources and technological resources. The ideal is that these three are constantly merging into a perfect protection phalanx for our clients.
Proactive for us in our quiver of protection includes surveillance detection (SD). SD, simply stated, is the process of detecting when our client is being surveilled. In other words, we’re spying to see if other people are spying on our client – or on an event or place. SD is a series of steps and tactics which are covertly carried out by our team, and are designed to detect even the most subtle of surveilling being done by a threat force. SD is done over time, as would be expected, and it can involve distances and great distances (imagine a threat using code hackers in Hungary to hack into private servers in Los Angeles holding privileged schedules and other info).
We engage in SD at an elite level, utilizing several technological and information sources (globally connected) as well as the highest level of human intelligence on the ground. SD is a constant process 24/7 in the case of when we’re protecting VIPs around the clock.