|By PR Newswire||
|January 16, 2014 09:30 AM EST||
MCLEAN, Va., Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ACADEMI, an elite security services provider to both the federal government and corporate clients, is now a member of the Energy Security Council (ESC).
The Energy Security Council, the premier energy security networking organization in the U.S., is pleased to welcome ACADEMI as a new member, according to ESC Executive Director John Chamberlain. "ACADEMI's assessment, training and protective security services will fit in well with the diverse membership of ESC's select member companies who focus on enhancing safety, security, and business operations of its member companies and corporations." ESC, a non-profit professional organization with headquarters in Houston, TX, diligently creates and enhances networking capabilities on all security issues within the energy sector and with its key law enforcement partners.
Craig Nixon, CEO of ACADEMI, said, "ACADEMI looks forward to contributing to and drawing upon the extensive resources that ESC provides its members. Security is so crucial to this industry, and ACADEMI offers its exceptional operational record to the membership in support of a more stable global environment."
The members of the council bring a diversity of perspectives within the energy industry and work together to face the complex and changing security of the regions in which they operate. ESC provides a nexus for the members to communicate and collaborate, and ACADEMI is proud to bring its expertise and elite security experience to the organization.
About ACADEMI: The niche security services company was created in 1997 as a premiere provider of training and protective services in high-threat environments. http://www.academi.com
About ESC: The Energy Security Council, Inc. (ESC) seeks to be recognized as the premiere energy sector security organization, adding value to the membership through education, information-sharing, networking and sharing best security practices in order to enhance security within the sector.