Threat Risk Assessment
We provide threat risk assessment and audit services that result in useable, real world solutions for our clients. We are committed to producing understandable results, proven suggestions and a roadmap for implementation and compliance. To have one of our certified professionals do your assessment for you, you can purchase our professional assessment solution.
Threat Risk Assessment: Methodology
Objective techniques of assessing the security postures of buildings are utilized by SECURaGLOBE via a collection of the following information:
- Employee interviews
- Review of site documentation
- Site survey / direct observations
The collected information is then collated into a weighted scoring model for best security practices in each major subject area of physical security. The product is a score for each area and a total “roll-up” score displayed in the report.
Threat Risk Assessment: Defining Risks
SECURaGLOBE considers several different factors when defining risks for a threat risk assessment.
- Geographic location.
- Crimes Against Property/People (CAP). Reports provide scores that indicate the risk of crime at a site compared to the average of 100 (a score of 400 means that the risk is four times the average and a score of 50 means the risk is half the average).
- Score comparisons both locally and nationally.
Threat Risk Assessment: Developing Solutions
Allow SECURaGLOBE to “Take AIMM” and develop a successful threat risk assessment program that is tailored to your organization.
- Certified Security Experts
- Produce Premium Threat Risk Assessments Reports
- Develop policies and procedures based on assessment results
- Provide CAP Reports specific to any address in North America
Threat Risk Assessment: Content
The following information is included in a typical threat risk assessment as performed by SECURaGLOBE:
- General Security Management Posture
- Threat, Risk, Impact and Consequence Assessment (TRICA)
- CrimeCast Report – Crimes Against People/Property (CAP) Index
- Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (“CPTED”)
- Natural Surveillance
- External Lighting
- Site Layout
- Perimeter Fencing/Barriers, including points of access (controlled or not).
- Signage and Way-Finding