Threat and Vulnerability Assessments

Our multidisciplinary approach looks at security from every angle to mitigate risks — from the physical environment to the human element to the role of technology.

Comprehensive threat and vulnerability assessments are essential to securing your organization. Our multidisciplinary approach looks at security from every angle to mitigate risks — from the physical environment to the human element to the role of technology.

Effective security starts with a clear understanding of your vulnerabilities. We can help you gauge your strengths and weaknesses in a wide variety of scenarios, from facility security to executive protection. Not only do we bring decades of experience to our assessments, our leading experts can also help you anticipate potential sources of new threats.

Our vulnerability assessment methodology begins with an in-depth security review.

No matter the focus of your assessment, we apply a time-tested methodology where we:
  • Look at current areas of exposure and any past security incidents in order to identify potential vulnerabilities.
  • Interview employees and other key individuals for critical insights and information about situations, policies, and procedures.
  • Provide a gap analysis to isolate areas where your security program does not meet industry best practices.
  • Make recommendations and guide you in implementing measures to mitigate any areas of vulnerability to reduce your risk.

Are you, your organization, staff, and infrastructure prepared for physical security risks like terrorism, workplace violence, corporate espionage, and theft?

Because facility and company security must be addressed on several levels, the most productive approach requires the kind of multidisciplinary expertise you find with our security professionals. Their specialties include construction, and information, physical and corporate security services.

This enables our team to determine the likelihood of any particular threat, prioritize action plans, recommend appropriate security measures, and implement solutions when necessary.