Terrorism is destroying and ravaging countries across the world – both minds and territories. We offer counter-terrorism consulting as well as training for both government and/or private security forces and/or entities. Our past clients include Huduma Kenya, Oxfam International, most UN agencies, a number of Banks, Voice of America, a number of NGOs, etc.
We have the depth of knowledge, expertise and experience to assess possible security threats and breaches in order to prevent them and create contingency protocols and plans. We conduct vulnerability assessment, create appropriate solutions to these vulnerabilities and commit to a monitoring process to eradicate the threats. We have helped entities develop effective security policies!
To meet the industry needs, we have opened up a premier private security training institute – the Eye On Security Training Institute (EOSTI) – that will be the centre of excellence in training professionals in the private security industry. The institute (EOSTI) is currently under development.
Cybersecurity, being the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access, we offer both penetration and system vulnerability assessment and recommend solutions to identified threats. We also offer monitoring of the same. One of our main clients in this is a major bank in Kenya.
Information is power. We publish various security magazines, newsletters, journals, etc. Our monthly magazine, Eye On Security has recently been renamed: Security Matters.
Our CEO, Mr. Mwenda Mbijiwe is a security analyst for many media houses in Kenya and globally. Media houses that regularly seek his security analyses include the NTV, KTN, K24, CGTN, TV AFRICA, the BBC, etc. A host of radio stations including the BBC Radio, Milele FM, Radio Maisha, KBC (English and Kiswahili), many Kimeru dialect radios, etc, have all hosted and continue to host him. He is also a regular writer to the local and international print media such as the Nation Newspaper, The Standard, etc. Recently, he begun a television show on Punchline Africa TV called: Punchline Global Security.
Executive protection requires risk assessment and adherence to rules. Today’s threats mean only one thing: Executive protection professionals need to understand the changing nature of crime and the danger it poses to their principals. Executive protection professionals don’t get to choose whether criminals target military, political or civilian victims. We have no influence over whether criminals seek to live or die. But we are able to consider the variables of time and place when planning safety and protection. While we obviously do not know where criminals will strike, we do understand the target profile. This understanding can be a very powerful tool. No matter what you want to do in Kenya or the Horn of Africa and the great lakes region, we are able to offer Executive VIP Close Protection of the highest order.