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Executive Protection, Program Assessment, and Design

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Executive Protection, Program Assessment, and Design

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In its over twenty-five year history, AFIMAC has successfully protected senior personnel from all types of industries who face myriad security challenges. This broad experience makes AFIMAC an invaluable partner in assessing a company's existing executive protection operation or designing a new one.

The AFIMAC management team diligently stays abreast of security trends, innovative products, and protective techniques that constitute an effective executive protection plan. Experience shows that a plan must evolve and account for perceived or actual threats based on government and private risk assessments. It also must reflect the corporation's environment and culture as well as individual styles.

The AFIMAC team will evaluate the options when designing a plan for a specific principal, including briefings, escorts, and security drivers. AFIMAC will coordinate the efforts of all corporate entities that will be affected by or involved in executing that plan. By tailoring the program's design to an executive's specific needs, the team can establish buy-in from the executive as well as his or her family.

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