InGen Security: An Asset Containment Unit officer stands watch at Isla Nublar's Jurassic World.
"There is a reason why we have the safest theme park in the world. We’ve hired the best field professionals in every discipline to ensure Jurassic World’s success — that includes security." - Simon Masrani
From innovations in drone technology to the introduction of cold-signature mapping in satellite surveillance, InGen Security has been at the forefront of peacekeeping and contingency services in every corner of the world over the last decade.
Headed by Mr. Vic Hoskins, InGen Security has evolved from a once small, private service into a vibrant multi-national security organization of the highest caliber. Vehicle modifications and military training are just some of the operations at the very core of the company’s expertise.
"Becoming a part of the InGen Security team is something to aspire to”, says Hugh Winchester — Director of InGen Security’s Training Division. “We train cadets from the ground level and turn them into fully-certified military personnel who can handle themselves in unique combat situations."
With a decade of excellence awards for safety, the security teams at InGen have a strict understanding of the environment and risks behind operating the world’s greatest theme park. Protected by a trained force, state-of-the-art equipment and Mascom-inspired communication technology, your visit to Jurassic World will be a treasured and secure experience.
Head of Security: Mr. Vic Hoskins, of InGen, has overseen redevelopment of the company's security standards and protocols to make InGen a recognized name amongst leading global paramilitary organizations.
With the number of reported Central American poaching vessels increasing in the Meurtes Archipelago over the last year, InGen’s security division, headed by Vic Hoskins, has been busy ramping up operations in the Gulf of Fernandez.
"We don’t have the capacity to take things for granted around here”, Vic says. “While some of our work is assisting the staff at Jurassic World, we also have a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations to monitor activity on Isla Nublar and its neighboring islands."
Poachers have been known to risk their own lives working in the service of ruthless collectors. It has also been reported that some individuals have been responsible for mishandling captured specimens, with disturbing hospitalization cases on the Costa Rican mainland.
"This area of the world is controlled by a multi-national coalition, and our Asset Containment teams spearhead keeping this region safe and protected. With the use of state-of-the-art equipment and communication technology provided through partnerships with various Masrani Global subsidiaries, we can do just that."
A seasoned security contractor, Vic Hoskins was involved in overseeing the infamous flying reptile "cleanup" operation over Canada in 2001. Due to the professionalism his team displayed, he was hired personally by Simon Masrani to re-develop InGen’s Security Division, which helped oversee the protection of workers on Isla Nublar during Jurassic World’s construction.
Since 2012, Vic Hoskins has been actively involved in overseeing InGen Security’s IBRIS Project.