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Government Services

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Our accomplishments in global politics and commerce are founded on our extensive networks with influential figures in both governmental and business realms, not only in Washington but also in capitals worldwide.


These connections are bolstered by our profound understanding of the diverse factors – political, economic, security, cultural, and historical – that shape their decisions.

At iSecure, we facilitate our clients' comprehension and interaction with the U.S. government, spanning Congress, as well as key departments such as State, Defense, Treasury, and Commerce.

We also engage with entities like the U.S. Development Finance Corporation and Export-Import Bank, along with state and local government entities.

Defense &

ISECURE’s bipartisan Defense and Technologies Department represents clients on a wide range of issues spanning traditional defense and homeland security, intelligence, full-spectrum cyber and global supply chain issues, both domestically and internationally. 

These initiatives reach out to governments, key defense corporations, innovative technology startups, manufacturing partners, providers of government services, veterans' associations, and charitable organizations. ISECURE's deep insights into national security matters, combined with its unmatched web of connections across both governmental and commercial sectors, ensure effective outcomes.

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ISECURE also understands that emerging critical technologies are driving the future of national security innovation and the global commercial economy. The ISECURE team offers specialized knowledge, intelligence updates, and decades of  personal relationships to impact a wide range of decision-makers. This support empowers companies challenging the existing norms, facilitating their expansion and achievement. 

Defense Anchor

Security Logistics
& Risk Management

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Maritime security is a crucial aspect of international trade and national security that encompasses a range of measures designed to protect vessels, ports, and the associated infrastructure from threats and illegal activities. Its importance cannot be overstated, as approximately 90% of global trade is transported by sea, making the maritime domain a vital artery for the world’s economy.


The primary threats in this realm include piracy, terrorism, smuggling, and maritime fraud, each posing significant risks to the safety of cargo, crew, and the environment.


Logistics & Risk


iSecure is a pioneering organization committed to driving positive social change through its innovative approach to Social Management Systems (SMS). As a leader in the field, iSecure collaborates with governments, private sector entities, and local communities to implement SMS strategies that address diverse social challenges.

The core focus of iSecure is on managing and advancing various social enterprises and projects with a mission to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through strategic alliances, such as Joint
Ventures and Strategic Alliances - Private Public Partnerships (JVP3's and SAP3's), iSecure works towards fostering self-reliance and sustainability in struggling regions.

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Unlike traditional private military/security and peacekeeping companies (PMCs), iSecure distinguishes itself by promoting a dual emphasis on securing and advancing regions. By incorporating principles of accountability, international humanitarian law, and human rights, iSecure ensures that its initiatives align with ethical standards. The organization's commitment to "Leaving no one behind (LNOB)" underscores its dedication to inclusivity and transformative social promises outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

iSecure's visionary approach positions it as a key player in the realm of social impact, driving positive change and contributing to the realization of the SDGs in collaboration with diverse stakeholders. Through its unique SMS methodology, iSecure aims to create lasting, positive impacts on communities, fostering a more sustainable and equitable future.


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The primary objective of a security program is to manage and mitigate risks. At its core, risk refers to the potential for loss of valuable assets, such as personnel, infrastructure, information, equipment, and reputation. Specifically, within the context of security and loss prevention, risk represents the likelihood that a specific threat will take advantage of a certain vulnerability, resulting in undesired consequences. As the business landscape undergoes constant transformation, the emergence of new business risks and shifts in existing risk profiles necessitate that organizations consistently enhance their capabilities in recognizing and addressing these risks effectively.

Ensuring robust maritime security requires cooperation between international organizations, national governments, and private sectors to implement effective surveillance, policing, and regulatory frameworks.

Effective maritime security measures are multi-layered and involve both proactive and reactive strategies. Proactively, it involves comprehensive surveillance and intelligence gathering to monitor suspicious activities and identify potential threats before they materialize. This can include satellite tracking, aerial surveillance, and the use of unmanned vehicles. On the reactive side, rapid response teams such as coast guards and naval forces are crucial in intercepting threats and mitigating incidents when they occur. Additionally, international cooperation plays a pivotal role, exemplified by joint patrols and shared information between countries to prevent incidents like piracy, which has seen significant decline in hotspot areas like the Horn of Africa due to such collaborative efforts.

Moreover, the legal framework governing maritime security is an essential pillar in regulating the actions of states and non-state actors in international waters. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) provides the primary legal guidelines, ensuring that all maritime activities are conducted within a legal framework that promotes peace, justice, and progress. In addition to international laws, regional agreements and national legislation also contribute to a comprehensive legal structure that supports the prosecution of maritime crimes and the protection of maritime workers and environmental standards. Strengthening these legal frameworks, alongside technological and operational advancements, is key to enhancing global maritime security and ensuring the safe and uninterrupted flow of international maritime trade.

Maritime Security
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