Your partner for managing all of your security requirements
The security services offered by Group Security are based on an analysis of the company’s risks. It is of the utmost importance to understand which assets are to be protected. Afterwards, we work actively to ensure that all security procedures are correct and complied with.
Security in the family
Group Security improves your security in day-to-day life regardless of whether it involves your home, your workplace or a holiday trip. Based on specific needs and individual risk exposure, we find a professional solution.
Today, IT security involves threats against all types of companies. Through our professional partners, Group Security minimises the risk that your company or organisation is affected by data loss or hacking of your IT systems.
Warning about Covid-19 in real time
In a world in constant change and where there are uncertainty about Covid-19, it is important that you, your family and especially your employees get an overview of the current situation at the destination that you are travelling to or from. The unique 2Travel App and the appertaining Management Platform is a tool that assists both the company and the individual employee to create an overview for preparing the trip and ensuring timely warnings. 2Travel functions as a contact tool between employees and the company in the event of a sudden critical incident.
With its many years of experience in the industry and a large number of partnerships, Group Security can offer you a full range of security services so that you can feel safe in your day-to-day life.
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