Organizations now face a broad array of security risks.
From the development of programmatic elements of a security program to the design of enterprise level security management systems and crisis management exercises, our team of experts can provide you with the requisite support to develop, implement and manage a best-in-class program.
We address any and all risk to organizations.
Addressing risk to your physical and cyber assets requires a programmatic framework defining acceptable behavior and responses to anticipated events. Security-related systems such as access control, closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance, intrusion detection and physical security information management systems can enforce acceptable behavior and detect breaches of protocol. Finally, emergency response and crisis management exercises train staff to handle off-normal events that threaten both personal and organizational viability. We work through this framework with you and develop a strategy to fill in the gaps.
There is no one-size-fits-all security.
Addressing organizational risk requires a dynamic response to the varying threats in our environment. Internal theft, natural disasters, intrusions and international political turmoil all must be faced with an integral response that safeguards your staff and preserves the integrity of the organization. We’re on the job with a commitment to not only understanding your business environment but also practicing innovative approaches to security challenges.
Site Surveys and System Design
Installing or upgrading requires thorough planning.
Once a solid security plan or upgrade is past the concept phase, our security design consultants translate it from functional performance requirements to an engineering design package. Our knowledge of all market leading access control, intrusion detection and CCTV system manufacturers ensures that our client's deficiencies are mitigated using the best value products in the industry. Additionally, we can design fully integrated security systems where all components work together without the need for multiple user interfaces.
The unexpected will happen.
In spite of our best efforts to strategically apply best practices and appropriate technology, every organization will eventually experience a crisis. At that point, regardless of the initiating event, the most important goal is to recover as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible. We can help you plan and train to be ready for the unexpected.