Decrease Your Organization’s Risk Vulnerabilities
The ASR objective is to work collaboratively with your company to develop a practical and integrated Strategic Security Checklist that provides a strategy and clear plan of key actions to improve your facility's security capabilities. This delivers a more comprehensive physical security presence that is integrated to provide optimal security.
The four major components for developing a Threat and Vulnerability Assessment include:
The ASR effort focuses on the identification of physical security, potential risks, and recommendations based on vulnerabilities observed. We use a comprehensive template so no areas go unassessed. The information collected will serve as the compilation of risks identified by project team members and will provide a description of the likelihood, vulnerability, impact, and a risk management strategy.
- Asset definition is where we establish priorities for the deployment of mitigating countermeasures. It is not realistic to assume that every asset can be or should be protected against every possible threat. Assets will be identified based on how critical each is to the organization and the local and national economies.
- Threat assessment that includes the identification and analysis of potential threats against your organization. Events are typically categorized as terrorism, criminal, natural, or accidental.
- Vulnerability analysis is where we correlate assets and threats and define the method or methods for compromise. We will analyze the existing security program to identify any physical, operational, and procedural weaknesses that may exist and identify potential countermeasures that could be implemented to minimize the probability of a damaging/disruptive event occurring. The primary goal of this analysis is to develop a profile that defines the overall threats that may affect your organization. A profile is developed categorizing threats as highly probable, possible, or unlikely.
- Security measures are selected for implementation. The selection process is intended to channel resources to protect the most vital assets against the most probable threats. Security measures for a comprehensive security master plan address the following:
- Architectural elements
- Operational elements
- Electronic security systems
- Policies and procedures (guidelines)
The final report of our findings will be concise and map your security strategy for planning, security training/awareness, and security testing.
Our long history of working in special operations military, law enforcement, and corporate security capacities gives us a unique perspective on nearly every building we enter, and your building is no exception. Our founder, Hector Delgado, is a retired senior special agent for Homeland Security, who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the risk assessment methodology. We’d like to pass the insights we’ve gained from our experience along to you with a Risk Assessment and Security Consultation. To get started scheduling your Risk Assessment anywhere across the US — or to learn more about our on-site Risk Assessments and other Security Consulting services — please fill out the form below.....