A security risk assessment is a critical first step in designing any security program. A comprehensive security vulnerability assessment, conducted by a qualified, experienced and certified assessor can enable you to make cost-effective decisions critical to the protection of your physical assets, organizations, clients and employees. These assessors use a logical and proven methodology provide the necessary quantitative and qualitative information to make accurate security assessments.

Beau Dietl & Associates has more than three decades of experience completing assessments in high-risk, complex environments around the world on a diverse set of corporate and industrial assets including K-12, colleges and universities, estates and homes, and houses of worship.

We utilize globally accepted Protection-In-Depth methodologies consistent with ASIS International Risk Assessment Standards, American Standards Institute, and ISO risk modeling guidelines combined with the latest guidelines is by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to ensure our clients clearly understand their security risks ranging from global terrorism to local petty street crime and guide them in selecting the most effective security countermeasures, including the latest in security technology, and designing and implementing a security program with fail-safe policies, procedures and controls to mitigate the most complex risks.

Our security threat assessments often form the security baseline for compliance with some of the most demanding standards required of our clients including SSAE -16, SAS-70, Patriot Act, Sarbanes Oxley and HIPAA and are governed by the following approach:

1. Threat Origin:

  • Global
  • Regional
  • Local

2. Threat Profile:

3. Access Control:

  •  Authentication
  • Credentialing
  • Monitoring

4. Site Security:

  • Perimeters
  • Access Points
  • Vehicle Controls
  • Critical Technology spaces
  • Critical Mechanical Spaces

5. Security Technology

  • Security Operations Center
  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Intrusion Detection (Active & Passive)

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