7 Security Services Your Company Must Consider

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Jim Satterfield President FirestormBy Jim Satterfield, President, Firestorm

As part of our risk preemption philosophy, Firestorm® knows that security services and solutions must be custom designed to support a company’s specific needs and cultures. 

A comprehensive security approach focuses on the root causes of applicable threats. Approach this through the deployment of ‘dynamic security layers’, at the core of which are a company’s primary assets.

A solution should merge separate security components into a multi-dimensional viable program, and dovetail into risk mitigation and crisis management solutions, increasing resiliency and your company’s ability to effectively avoid, mitigate and manage risk.

When looking at solutions, solutions designed to isolate, contain, and eliminate threats while allowing other sectors of an operation to run normally without interference are ideal.

Solutions should include Homeland Security (HLS), workplace Security Servicesviolence, and anticrime programs that cover both physical and cyber security disciplines.
•    Crafting best practices and procedures
•    Development and management of security programs
•    Security concept design and master security planning
•    Security systems specifications, deployment and integration
•    Threat and vulnerability assessments

7 Security Services you must consider?

A careful assessment of building infrastructures and management systems is an important part of an overall program, and evaluation of existing physical security structures (facilities, systems, and processes) and assessment of how well an organization is protecting its people and property against likely threats is critical. With a broader view, the 7 areas we view as key are:

  1. Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems
  2. Due diligence and competitive intelligence
  3. Employee/management screening, training and development
  4. Executive protection and support
  5. Intelligence monitoring and briefings
  6. Investigations
  7. Red team tests and penetration exercises

From our point-of-view, the best time to respond to a disaster is before it happens. Every physical area in the world is or will be subject to some type of disaster or hazard. Even though an area has never been damaged before, there is no guarantee that it will not happen tomorrow. It is a governance responsibility to identify the kinds of hazards and their impact that could affect your company both internally and externally before they occur.

The starting point for reducing disaster risk and for promoting a culture of disaster resilience lies in the assessment of the threats and vulnerabilities that most businesses face.

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