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Counter espionage firm Esoteric appointed Corporate Partner of The Security Institute

by Brian Sims
Baroness Henig of Lancaster (left) and Esoteric’s business development executive Amanda Grindell

Baroness Henig of Lancaster (left) and Esoteric’s business development executive Amanda Grindell

Esoteric, the counter espionage and electronic bug sweeping company, has been appointed a Corporate Partner of The Security Institute, Britain’s largest membership body for security professionals.

Continually striving to deliver quality to the sector, value to organisations and confidence to society, The Security Institute’s Corporate Partners are organisations which support the professional security community, are committed to professional excellence in security practice and stand committed to Continuing Professional Development for all security personnel.

They also support the development and implementation of professional standards across the security sector and the overall mission of The Security Institute, which is to ensure that security professionals are recognised as being of equal standing to professionals in all other categories within today’s modern organisations.

Emma Shaw MBA CSyP FSyI FCMI, managing director of Esoteric, commented: “Esoteric has long been a supporter of The Security Institute and its values in promoting the highest possible standards of integrity and professional competence in the business of security. This partnership further cements our commitment to support the Institute’s aims and objectives.”

Rick Mounfield CSyP FSyI, CEO of The Security Institute, added: “Esoteric was one of the very first supporters of The Security Institute and continues to be a valued partner. Relationships must be reciprocal if they are to endure and the Institute has enjoyed its collaboration with Esoteric for over a decade. That says a great deal.”

Esoteric’s business development executive Amanda Grindell was presented with the company’s Corporate Partnership certificate by Baroness Henig of Lancaster CBE CSyI, President of The Security Institute, at The Security Institute’s 2018 Annual Conference held at The Crystal in London’s Docklands on Wednesday 24 October.

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