Executive Protection

ARDENT's clients expect Executive Protection Agents who present themselves professionally, are skilled in peacefully resolving conflicts, and who adjust their presence to fit the setting. Agents who also have the background and experience for personal protection, and strike the necessary balance between being vigilant and unobtrusive.

Executive Protection Agents are risk mitigators who offer proactive protective solutions for concerns involving risk, threat, access, confidentiality, and logistics, ensuring comprehensive safety and privacy for clients.

Expert Executive Protection Agents

Highly trained and thoroughly vetted Executive Protection Agents with years of experience mitigating risk, stopping threats, and professionally responding to emergencies.

Risk Mitigation:

Assessing and reducing risks & threats to clients' safety and privacy.

Client Comfort & Security

A secure and accommodating environment, meticulously tailored to your unique preferences for a harmonious and uninterrupted service.

Close Protection:

Complete control of access to clients' desired space.

Dedicated Leadership & Operational Excellence

A leadership team is entirely devoted to ensuring meticulous management and operational excellence in our Executive Protection services.

Secure Transport:

Ensuring all logistics are arranged and the travel plan is secure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Trusted to safeguard Florida’s most risk exposed dignitaries and executives.

Executive protection (EP) is a specialized security service that is designed to safeguard corporate executives, high-profile individuals, and their families from physical harm or legal threats. EP agents are trained to provide a variety of security services, including:

  • Close protection: This involves providing physical protection to the executive at all times, including when they are traveling, at work, or at home.
  • Threat assessment: This involves evaluating the potential for threats to the executive and developing plans to mitigate those risks.
  • Security planning: This involves developing security plans for high-risk events, such as public appearances or travel.
  • Investigation: This involves investigating potential threats and conducting background checks on individuals who may pose a risk to the executive.

The foundation of any Safety & Security program is to identify the general risks, targeted risks & common hazards. After identifying the list of possible risks and hazards our team then prioritizes each one in preparation for step two.

EP is typically provided to high-profile executives, such as CEOs, CFOs, and politicians, who are at risk of physical harm or legal threats. However, EP can also be provided to individuals who are at risk of kidnapping, extortion, or other forms of violence.

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing an EP agency, including:

  • Experience: The agency should have a proven track record of providing EP services.
  • Qualifications: The agency’s agents should be qualified and experienced in EP.
  • Insurance: The agency should have comprehensive insurance coverage.
  • References: Ask for references from satisfied clients.

The costs of EP can vary depending on the level of protection that is required. Full-time protection is typically the most expensive type of EP.

Executive protection can provide a number of benefits, including:


  • Increased peace of mind: The executive can have peace of mind knowing that they are being protected from harm.
  • Improved security: EP can help to reduce the risk of physical harm or legal threats to the executive.
  • Protection of reputation: EP can help to protect the executive’s reputation if they are the victim of a crime.

The risks of not having executive protection can be significant, including:


  • Physical harm: The executive could be harmed or killed if they are not adequately protected.
  • Legal threats: The executive could be sued or prosecuted if they are the victim of a crime.
  • Damage to reputation: The executive’s reputation could be damaged if they are the victim of a crime.

Executive protection can be deployed in a variety of ways, including:


  • On-site protection: This involves providing protection to the executive at their home, office, or other locations.
  • Mobile protection: This involves providing protection to the executive while they are traveling.
  • Electronic surveillance: This involves using electronic devices to monitor the executive’s movements and activities.
  • Advance work: This involves conducting research on the potential threats to the executive and developing plans to mitigate those risks.

Have more questions? Speak to one of our dedicated ARDENT team members. Available 24/7.


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ARDENT Protection

Tailored Client-Centric Support.

Personalized support from our Client Success, Operations Management, and Quality Assurance departments, each catering to your needs in their unique way.

Acting immediately in the face of threats or emergencies.

Exercising the utmost privacy with any client information.

Ensuring the individual’s comfort and overall well-being.

Creating a productive environment during all client movements

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