Since 1997, multinational corporations, governments and at-risk individuals have called on FAM International Security (FAM) for specialized security solutions. FAM provides services for over 45 of the U.S. Fortune 100 companies and industry-leading multinational companies from Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Europe.
FAM has supported projects in over 116 countries, many in high-threat regions of the world, including Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Central and South America, and Eastern Europe.
FAM’s Core Business Is Designed to Support Your Worldwide Operations.
FAM’s core business is designed to support your worldwide operations. We identify risks associated with your company, its personnel and travel program; advise you of these risks; and make recommendations to safeguard your critical corporate assets. We can provide executive protection; secure ground transportation and aircraft security; and specialized physical security services. Additionally, we conduct customized mobile security training programs.
FAM is uniquely positioned to be a tremendous asset to your organization. FAM is a U.S.-owned professional security services firm located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, with additional offices in New York, Los Angeles, Arizona, Virginia, Brazil, London, Mexico, the Philippines, and correspondents throughout the world, ready to assist you with unparalleled professionalism.
Our skilled staff, drawing upon experience gained through extensive service in governmental agencies, military special operations, and corporate security departments, provides our clients with exceptional global capabilities.
24/7 Global Security Operations Center
At FAM International, we recently expanded and upgraded our state-of-the-art 24/7 Global Security Operations Center (G-SOC), located in Ft Lauderdale FL.
The G-SOC is “mission control” for our global security offerings. Each day the G-SOC staff plays a central role in the safe and timely operations of our global operations.
Right now your FAM security operation is being carefully monitored on “the floor” of the G-SOC.