Secure solutions in Iraq

Secure Solutions in Iraq

High Risk Managed Services

Helping you to move, work and live in Iraq - safely

We help organisations that operate in high-threat environments be more secure, compliant, and resilient.
 
It’s our unparalleled approach to safety and our in-depth knowledge of the region that means we continue to be the preferred security provider for many energy companies, international organisations, high-profile diplomatic missions and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Iraq.

 

 

How we can help

  • Airport ‘Meet & Greet’
  • Conduct due diligence and screening
  • Crisis and incident response
  • Covid-19 safety protocols strictly enforced
  • Deluxe secure accommodation and office space
  • Mobile Security
  • Seamless access to our full range of global risk consultancy services
  • Security capability training
  • Static facilities security
  • Threat and risk assessments of physical and environmental factors

Our presence in Iraq

Our network of local liaison experts and compliance teams in Iraq ensure we adhere to government regulations.  

This means that we can provide continuous freedom of movement throughout Iraq, obtain all necessary licenses, and swiftly react to new requirements or unexpected obstacles, therefore avoiding delays that could impact your business.

Wherever we operate, we apply the strictest ethical, legal and regulatory standards.

Industry sectors supported

Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas

NGO

NGO

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Financial Services

Financial services

Aviation and transport

Aviation and Transport

Construction and Engineering

Construction and engineering

Government and Diplomatic

Government and Diplomatic

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