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We have the security and risk management solutions to help this elite group succeed. We’ll do the same for you.

Case Studies

Resourcefulness, reassurance and rescue amid chaos

Attack at Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport

On the night of June 28, three well-trained assailants launched coordinated attacks at Istanbul’s Ataturk International Airport. After attempting to breach the terminal’s initial security checkpoint, two of the militants engaged airport security in a gun battle. Both assailants then detonated themselves, while the third did the same outside the airport’s international terminal. Forty-one people were killed and 239 wounded. Autopsies revealed the suicide bombers to be foreign nationals. As horrific as the attack itself was, the inability of local authorities to take command in its aftermath was equally disturbing. With minimal information or direction, hundreds of dazed, frightened passengers

International consulting firm uses custom intelligence and security support for travelers

Protesters clash with Lebanese security forces as they try to storm the Lebanese government palace in Beirut October 21, 2012. Violence erupted in downtown Beirut on Sunday as protesters tried to storm the offices of Prime Minister Najib Mikati after the funeral of assassinated intelligence chief Brigadier General Wissam al-Hassan, whose death they blame on Syria. Security forces shot into the air and police fired tear gas to repulse the hundreds of protesters who overturned barriers and threw stones and steel rods, witnesses said. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON- Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) - RTR39EHN Reuters

Intelligence and security support enables client to continue business following high-profile assassination and unrest
In October 2012, a car bomb detonated in Beirut’s Ashrafiyeh District, killing a high-profile security official with ties to Lebanon’s political opposition and Syrian rebels.

4 High profile executives need low profile protection in 5 high risk African destinations

Thousands of Nigerian traders and shoppers throng an outdoor market in
Oshodi road in Lagos April 18, 2003. President Olusegun Obasanjo waited
on Tuesday to be formally declared the runaway winner of a Nigerian
presidential election marred by charges of brazen vote-rigging. Picture
taken April 18, 2003. REUTERS/Juda NgwenyaWS - RTRM79W

Itinerary based Intelligence monitoring, executive protection, logistical support
Max Security was requested to provide comprehensive services for a visit by four senior corporate executives to five destinations in three African nations. The visit included high-risk destinations and a tight schedule, requiring a high level of logistical support in addition to protection and intelligence monitoring services.

Multinational pharmaceutical company keeps business continuity in stormy weather

Prisoners wade through a flooded jail as they evacuate to another jail at Ayutthaya prison in Ayutthaya province, nearly 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok October 6, 2011. At least 224 people have died in flooding in Thailand since mid-July and water has inundated the 400-year-old Chai Wattanaram temple in the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a World Heritage Site, officials said on Tuesday.  REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom    (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CRIME LAW) - RTR2SA17

Crisis management, live information, supply chain support, financial loss prevention
At the closure of the 2011 monsoon season, Tropical storm Nock-ten triggered widespread flooding in northern Thailand. Runoff from the floods quickly began to drift south directly towards Bangkok, sparking fears that the capital’s business districts and industrial zones would be damaged.

Arab Spring 2011: Crisis support & evacuation


Evacuation of foreign students stranded in rural area in Egypt

January, 2011: Amidst a breakdown in public services and increasingly uncertain political and security situation unfolding nationwide, dozens of foreign entities from a variety of sectors requested evacuation simultaneously from Egypt. With many security providers overwhelmed and unprepared for requests of evacuation, Max Security facilitated the safe evacuation of hundreds of expats based in the Middle East and North Africa.