Evaluation of organizational structure (including staffing and skill sets) of security functions to ensure they are adequate to meet the organization’s security needs/objectives effectively and efficiently.
Are you comfortable your security function is providing services:
Are you comfortable your security staff:
If you cannot answer “yes” to these questions, an Organizational Structural Analysis will provide the answers.
Analysis of security programs or program sub-components (e.g., physical security, intellectual property protection, guard operations, investigations, director protection, use of security technology, employee training and awareness, etc.) to evaluate effectiveness and efficiency.
Do you have a high confidence level that the various elements of your security program:
If not, a Program Analysis/Evaluation will permit you to have confidence your security function is doing the right things, the right way.
Development/evaluation of policies, standards and procedures guiding the organization's security efforts.
Do you have security policies, standards and procedures that ensure:
If not, Mentor Associates can help determine where you need to be and how to get there.
Identification of risk and vulnerabilities faced by organ-izations; development of risk mitigation strategies. Do you feel you:
If you do not, a Risk/Vulnerability Assessment can help to put your mind at ease. It will let you know your risks and vulnerabilities, where you need to be, and how to get there.
Services supporting litigation attorneys in the areas of premises security and adequacy of security standards, methods and practices.
Effective physical security methods and procedures are a function of the risk environment. To be effective, security programs must adequately address risks and evolve with changes in the risk environment. Determination of the appropriateness of physical security methods, procedures and programs can be a complex matter requiring analysis by a skilled expert. Download CV
Development of programs to provide training/awareness to employees regarding their role in protecting organizational assets.
The security function cannot protect the organization; the employees do it by understanding their role and knowing how to use the tools you put at their disposal. An effective employee Training/Awareness program can leverage that employee resource.
Part-time, highly experienced and professional security program guidance for organizations that do not need a full-time security director on staff and that prefer to manage the function as a variable cost with no headcount commitment.
Everyone wants a high-caliber security program, but only the largest organizations can afford a full-time Fortune 500 security director to develop and lead one. The Virtual Security Director service provides the best of both worlds: a high-caliber program without the cost of a full-time director. Call us for details.
Through our network of associates, Mentor Associates can provide a wide variety of other security- and business continuity-related services designed to contribute to the protection and overall success of organizations.