Vulnerability and Threat Assessment/Mitigation
Corporate Security Mitigation Strategies - Locally and Internationally
Security risks have accelerated to become more complex in recent years and this increase in pace means staying current is becoming increasing more difficult. Threats such as terrorism, organised crime and information security, are asymmetric and networked at the same time, making them more difficult to manage.
There is also greater appreciation of the interdependence between risk ownership and risk treatment which significantly impacts on the an organisations capacity and capability to implement and manage its risk profile. As a result, security has a higher dependency on the integrated efforts of all risk owners that are either partners.
CSI partners with organisations who are looking for new ways to manage these risks. CSI understands that the recent release of Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism (the strategy) has required government and organisations to consider the implications of this strategy. The Strategy requires organisations to accept and undertake the primary responsibility for protecting their sites, including a duty of care to take steps to protect people that work, use or visit their sites from a range of foreseeable threats, including the threat of terrorism.
To protect the lives of people working in, using, and visiting crowded places to make these places more resilient by: