The Brink’s Company ranks eighth in this list of the top 10 largest security companies in the world. For revenue, the company ranks seventh on this list and is known for its private security and protection. The company’s activities include more than 1,100 facilities and 13,300 vehicles for its security services. The seventh on this list of the 10 largest security companies in the world is Control Risks, a global risk and strategic consultancy specializing in political, security and integrity risks. Control Risks’ primary services include anti-corruption, advice and training audits, eDiscovery, political risk analysis and a wide range of support for security and crisis management. With the aim of protecting “customers in complex and emerging markets”, GardaWorld, based in Canada, was founded in 1995 and currently employs 62,000 people worldwide.
The company offers private research services, countermeasures for technical supervision, intelligence, counter-espionage, counter-monitoring and counter-espionage. Employees include former law enforcement officers, military personnel, financial investigation and intelligence personnel. And specialized services include financial forensic analysis, computer forensic analysis and satellite tracking system. International Intelligence Limited has operated in the private, business and commercial sectors, as well as with government agencies, embassies and various police forces. The former Israel Security Agency and security personnel of El Al Israel Airlines formed the Israeli private security company ICTS International N.V. In 1982.
At the same time, Senaca Tech offers a range of surveillance technology and “access control solutions”. Former Irish Army Major Jim Farrell and security veteran Terry Downes co-founded the Senaca Group in 2009. Sixth on this list of the largest security security company companies is GardaWorld, a Canadian private security firm based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with more than 102,000 employees. GardaWolrd runs physical security services and armored vehicle services worldwide, with more than 200 offices worldwide.
Since 2003, the company is owned by the American multinational conglomerate United Technologies Corporation and is now located worldwide. In the UK, services include mobile patrols, remote monitoring and response and key retention. Meanwhile, South African extras include armed response teams, electric fences and a dedicated Chubb hour emergency hotline. In Australia, the company also offers a cash service during transportation.
In August 2013, GardaWorld acquired G4S’s Canadian cash management division in an agreement reportedly worth approximately $ 110 million. And in December 2013, GardaWorld agreed to a 12-year cash management agreement with Bank of America worth $ 1.4 billion. At the end of April 2012, GardaWorld’s quarterly revenues were approximately $ 300 million.