Gain an independent, objective and expert perspective on your risks and the gaps in your current security operations – as well as the most promising opportunities to address them.
It pays to look first – before spending on program improvements. That’s true whether you’re overseeing an enterprise with 150 decentralized offices. Or you’re responsible for no-fail critical infrastructure projects. Or lead the corporate security team’s effort to remediate executive protection deficiencies in the aftermath of credible threats levied against the CEO.
Improve the security of key executives, elected officials and other principals – while fulfilling IRS statutory requirements related to executive protection.
Planning, designing and implementing a highly customized protective security program demands a nuanced approach that respects the goals, preferences, lifestyle and privacy of the executives and individuals afforded protection. It’s also important, in many cases, to fulfill IRS statutory requirements related to executive protection by validating employer-provided transportation and other business-oriented security concerns.
Align the drivers of security’s value – strategy, structure, people, processes and technologies – with your greatest risks and most strategic objectives.
To manage risk to a business or government agency, security program management needs to evolve continually. Gaps can emerge and undermine the program’s effectiveness. Deficits in leadership can be costly. The absence of a clear, multi-year strategy can muddy priorities. A “bolt-on” approach to security after a wave of M&A activity can whisk away planned acquisition synergies. And poor coordination in security across a corporation’s business units can drive up costs and obscure total security expenditures.
Ensure planning by your enterprise or facility is aligned with core principles and best practices in emergency and crisis management.
Have you kept your frameworks, procedures and resources up to date? Are you confident that your corporate emergency preparedness – for the enterprise as a whole, and for each satellite location and center – is sufficiently integrated and synchronized? Is your emergency preparedness plan aligned with national emergency preparedness protocols such as DHS’s NIMS and ICS?
Ensure that your employees and in-house experts know how to anticipate, prevent and respond to various events to protect your personnel, assets, operations and reputation.
Do your training courses and curricula on many kinds of incidents include the most current insights and information distilled by leading experts? Empower your employees to think through their actions and use strengths and skills to step up to the demands of making life-saving decisions in what may only be minutes or even seconds.