Corporate Security Design
Small & Medium Sized Businesses: Let our experts design and build your security program.
Before any organization can successfully implement a physical security program, they need to consider an internal risk management strategy. The National Infrastructure Protection Center defines risk management as “a systematic and analytical process by which an organization identifies, reduces, and controls its potential risks and losses.” Hiring a security firm without first understanding what threats the organization is exposed to, and the level of potential risk from these threats is equivalent to hiring a wedding planner before you have met the bride. Corporate management must first develop a comprehensive internal security management strategy.
Whether you’re a startup, small or medium-sized business, building an in house security program from scratch can be a daunting and expensive task. Let G20 manage your organizations’ security program, So you can focus on what your business does best.
Physical Security Assessment
Ensure that all of your organization’s physical sites are suitably secure against the prevailing risks and that your people, infrastructure, and assets are protected. Site security is an essential element of a consolidated risk management plan and forms the foundation for extrapolating risk reduction policies across the business. Our consultants will conduct on-site assessments of your various facilities and make recommendations based on industry best practices and the risk environment at each location. The reviews cover a range of considerations from perimeter security, electronic monitoring, and access control to visitor processes and identification, access-restricted areas, security team processes, and response and recovery operations.
Site Security Audit
Site security audits follow up on thorough security assessments to check all policies, procedures, and guidelines are being followed so that your organization maintains its protective posture. Depending on the nature of the location, these audits should be conducted regularly and cover a full review of the site, including such elements as access control, site security protocols, fire exit egress, securing of restricted risk areas, and communication channels across the facility and with local authorities.
Protective Intelligence Operations
In simple terms, PI is the process used to identify and assess threats. A well-designed PI program will have a number of distinct and crucial components or functions, but the most important of these are CS Units, Investigations and analysis.” This is the fundamental block in designing a corporate security department. Contact us today to find out how we can help your organization.