Threat Assessments

Operational safety and security are of paramount concern particularly if you operate in high-density crowded spaces or from critical high profile infrastructure.

Training, assessing and responding appropriately to this threat saves lives.

Section 646 offers threat assessments or ‘target hardening’ on all nature of buildings and infrastructure, mass gatherings, crowded areas, and public spaces.

Our methodology in conducting your assessment is exhaustive and thorough, based on international standards, lessons learned and experience gained.

The very nature of terrorism requires the process to be dynamic in order to combat an ever-changing threat environment.

Conducted in several phases, a threat assessment typically takes one to three days to complete.

It requires the full cooperation of senior management, health and safety staff, and where applicable in-situ security.

Where appropriate penetration testing can be incorporated into an assessment. Penetration testing probes your current systems to determine how far we can penetrate without being challenged or stopped.

Threat assessments close out with a report issued and debrief conducted allowing you to fully understand where and how you can make your environment a safer more secure one.

We strongly recommend that all threat assessments are followed by a course of training to provide staff confidence and address vulnerabilities.

Further details on threat assessment methodology and process will only be provided in person.