The ATRiM Group was incorporated as an anti-terror and other crime threat risk assessment service for critical infrastructure. Developed from a Homeland Security grant to add Crime Prevention Though Environmental Design science to the threat assessment process.
An insider threat risk assessment that incorporates the insights of evolutionary and behavioral biology has been added that specifically concentrates on the affect of environment on human behavior, The observation of research is that conventional linear security policy and guidelines fails to address the nonlinear (dynamic) nature of humanity.
Dynamic systems are chaotic., There will always be "noise" in any human system that adds an element of uncertainty and predictability. If left unattended, what starts out as noise has the potential to amplify into a 'storm'. When a behavioral biologist is asked about a specific human behavior, they will always respond with, 'It depends on context.'
There is much to learn from applying new science. The way the ATRiM Group recommends getting after is to create security learning cultures capable of adapting to the fast paced, global change of our times; and towards a future security state not yet clearly defined.