Corporate Risk Solutions Is An Industry Leader In Physical Security Consulting
Factors courts have identified most often in adequate security are in six general categories: prior crime activity; security operations, particularly staff size; employee hiring, training, and supervision practices; the quality and quantity of physical security measures; environmental conditions; and management-related issues which pertain to management's compliance with advertised or reasonable expected security.- National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Often overlooked, physical security is a necessary form of risk management. Effective risk mitigation strategies begin with an in-depth understanding of your company’s risks and qualified threats compared against your critical assets and operational workflow requirements. Losses can result from theft, vandalism, sabotage, and liability issues due to expected or advertised levels of security.
Corporate Risk Solutions understands this and is able to provide a tailored approach to physical security risks. We know that qualification and quantification of threat, vulnerabilities, and risks in terms of likelihood and impact, industry benchmarking and risk modeling are crucial requirements to the design of any effective security program.
Our physical security consulting team is well trained, highly credentialed, and have in-depth experience in a wide variety of critical infrastructures. Our Physical Security Professionals (PSPs) and Certified Protection Professionals (CPPs) use a variety of security best practices and standards to determine mitigations to threats and vulnerabilities based on probability and impact. This allows us to provide an effectively managed security services program which will reduce these risks more efficiently than the traditional approach to physical security which will in turn reduce the probability of these losses.
Corporate Risk Solutions can review existing structures as well as collect, research and evaluate site risk data and parametric risk data by conducting an in-depth review of a facility’s:
Documents (Policies, Procedures, Plans), approaches, perimeter barriers, traffic flow, landscaping, vegetation control, access controls, cameras, lighting, signage, vehicle and pedestrian barriers, facility hardening, interior zones of protection (critical assets and critical cyber assets), security incident planning and response capabilities, security guard and proprietary staffing and security awareness capabilities, executive protection, etc.