These are tense times for the super-wealthy. With regular protests and threats of violence, the world's billionaires are becoming more concerned for their personal safety and the security of their families. This has led to a high tech, high cost industry aimed at keeping the mega rich safe and secure. CNBC gives viewers rare access to eye-popping security measures from million dollar panic rooms built to withstand bullets, bombs and nuclear blasts to hi-tech safety designed for the billionaire on the go, when they're in their cars, on their yachts or flying in their jets. "DANGEROUSLY RICH: BILLIONARE SECURITY" introduces you to the people who protect the likes of Warren Buffett and reveals the cost of keeping them safe. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
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