Critical infrastructures face threats from outside-the-system natural events, acts of terror and other predatory crimes.
Inside-the-system threats impact on capacity to react to external and the resiliency of the organization to recover.
These threats internal threats include environments which induce negative behaviors and provide rationalizations (excuses) when normally good people are tempted to do bad things. Internal threats include occupational fraud, theft, corruption, workplace sabotage and in the extreme, workplace violence.
education and training
Critical infrastructures are complex systems whose behavior is intrinsically difficult to model.
Outside and inside-the-system human-centered threats emerge from dependencies, competitions, relationships and other types of interactions between the organization's internal parts, or between a given system and its environment.
We facilitate conferencing and action planning for designing future states. We combine online courses with webinars and workshops in adult learning environments to 'train trainers' in the transfer of security prevention science competency to our clients.
We conduct comprehensive threat risk assessments for outside-the-system acts of terror and other crimes for critical infrastructure that includes Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.
We conduct inside-the-system threat risk assessments based in behavioral science.
Out model partners with employees of critical infrastructure and city managers, police leaders, property owners, facility managers, and other security professionals to identify and develop to security threat solutions.