The best risk management plans begin with a holistic overview of your security processes, systems, and procedures and how they’re integrated into your daily operations and organization as a whole. Your security master plan should be more than a static review of your organization and best-case-scenario programs; it needs to be proactive and adaptable enough to lead you through the challenges your company faces now, as well as in the future.
When Guidepost Solutions creates your master plan, we’re focused on delivering a comprehensive planning tool that clearly outlines your company’s unique challenges and vulnerabilities and identifies the best solutions for overcoming them.
We’ll evaluate the four core elements of your security plan including physical, technical, operational, and organizational posture.
Physical: We review everything from how many entry points and windows each building has to what the layout of your external features are and how visitors move through your property and facilities.
Technical: We assess all the technology and equipment you’re using from alarm systems and access controls to communication and audiovisual systems.
Operational: We conduct a full policy and procedure review to ensure you have adequate processes in place to support your security plan and get the best ROI on your programs and equipment.
Organizational: We can help you assess and streamline your organizational systems to make certain your security personnel and operations are the most effective and efficient they can be.
Our master plans:
- Identify potential threats and assess the probability of an occurrence
- Evaluate weaknesses and vulnerabilities within your existing security program including shortcomings in the design or structure of your facilities, operations, technology, or procedures
- Evaluate potential security solutions to identify the most effective and suitable options
- Contain expert guidance and insight to help you prioritize competing needs and opportunities
- Clearly define the “next steps” for implementing your master plan and adapting to potential changes as they occur