Security Vulnerability Assessment: Does Your Company Meet Today’s Standards?

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When was the last time you reassessed your facility’s security strategy?

If the question caught you by surprise, it may be time to conduct a security vulnerability assessment.

Security is not a set-it-and-forget-it process. It requires periodic reassessment because threats are ever evolving, and security solutions and technologies are constantly improving. A security vulnerability assessment helps determine which solutions are best for your facility, ensuring your security solution meets the demands of today's world.

Security assessments involve an extensive list of critical areas that must be addressed.

For example:

  • Management policies related to security planning
  • Physical Security
  • Access Control
  • Employee Security
  • Cyber Security
  • Materials (inventory) Security
  • Supply Chain Security
  • Emergency Response
  • Crisis Communication Protocols
  • Period Review & Assessments
  • Business Continuity Plans
  • Audits

There are many effective security solutions available.  ASIS International, a widely recognized organization, has a plethora of information that is helpful for cross checking your security strategy. Understanding your facilities, needs, assets and vulnerabilities will help you identify the best solution to protect your facility, staff and customers.

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