Esoteric Ltd confirmed as exhibitor at Security Institute Annual Conference
Esoteric Ltd, a leading counterespionage and Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (bug sweeping) company, has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at the Security Institute’s annual conference and exhibition which takes place at the Amba Hotel, Marble Arch, London on Thursday 22nd September.
Now in its 9th year, the annual conference boasts an impressive list of speakers with the aim to explore recent security issues and their impact on the industry into 2017 and beyond. Esoteric Ltd will be on hand to provide expert insight on issues of corporate espionage and the ever changing threat landscape and will be providing practical advice on the methodologies available to address these threats.
Established in 1998, Esoteric Ltd is a leading counterespionage, TSCM and covert investigations companies, providing confidential services to a range of both public and commercial sector clients in the UK and around the world.
Our specialism is the pro-active protection of client information and assets by countering attempted or actual attacks by competitors, criminals, terrorists …. even employees. These may involve theft of assets, sensitive company information, copyright or intellectual property to achieve competitor advantage, to counterfeit goods, to commit fraud or other crime, or to benefit from corrupt or improper activity.
Esoteric’s unique portfolio of services and its holistic approach to tackling information confidentiality and security concerns, has resulted in Esoteric being the only company in the UK to be approved to the Gold Award level (accredited to the prestigious BS EN 9001:2008) for its full range of services by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI).
Our Quality Management System is independently inspected bi-annually. Both operational and support staff are security cleared to a minimum of BS7858:2012 and a number of our staff are cleared to the highest government security levels which enables us to work within government protected environments.