Essoka Security offers an integrated, unified and service-oriented platform for nonpareil security. As a supra-national, Public Security Partner, they provide Corporate-Standard-Events security and other especial security Services;
Their Core values are integrity, alertness and security to secure humanity and human development. Essoka security believes and understands proper referent for security should be the individual rather than the state: essential state or national security is people (human)-centered from a multidisciplinary integral understanding of security. Hence, their services are a surety for the integral corporate, standard and especial global development services averring and securing human-centered development.
Essoka security services are accommodated to tackle comprehensive non-conventional threats through an integrated strategic research studies on security for human development, human development entities, human development environment, international relations and Cyber Security.
What is Human Security?
The CHS, in its final report, "Human Security Now, defines human security as: “…to protect the vital core of all human lives in ways that enhance human freedoms and human fulfillment. Human security means protecting fundamental freedoms – freedoms that are the essence of life. It means protecting people from critical (severe) and pervasive (widespread) threats and situations. It means using processes that build on people’s strengths and aspirations. It means creating political, social, environmental, economic, military and cultural systems that together give people the building blocks of survival, livelihood and dignity” (CHS: 2003: 4). Overall, the definition proposed by the CHS re-conceptualizes security in a fundamental way by:
(i) moving away from traditional, state-centric conceptions of security that focused primarily on the safety of states from military aggression, to one that concentrates on the security of the individuals, their protection and empowerment;
(ii) drawing attention to a multitude of threats that cut across different aspects of human life and thus highlighting the interface between security, development and human rights; and
(iii) promoting a new integrated, coordinated and people-centered approach to advancing peace, security and development within and across nations.See more