Audit and implementation of organization security procedures in a standard

Prevention of crime by shaping the environment (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design – CPTED) is an interdisciplinary approach to counteract criminal behavior through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely on the ability to influence the perpetrator’s decisions that prevent the creation of criminal opportunities. Most CPTED implementations occur only in the urbanized and industrial environment. CPTED design principles affect the elements of the built environment, starting from a small scale (like the strategic use of small architecture) to the superior, also in the form of the entire urban district (or during revitalization), industrial plants.

The Critical Infrastructure Protection Model (Anti-Terror Risk Infrastructure Protection Model – ATRiM) is mainly a unique methodology for conducting a security audit and then working out the possibility of modifying the existing level in order to prevent possible terrorist attacks and crime.

Perkun Global uses its knowledge and successfully introduces an innovative method as a security standard.

We advise at every stage before and after implementation to modify the actual state and increase the standard of safety – large sports and entertainment facilities, places of tourist attractions, cinema and theaters, hotels and restaurants, shopping centers, in the space for business, education facilities , in health care buildings, places of worship, and critical infrastructure facilities.

A service consisting of assessing the current level of organization’s advancement in the implementation of broadly understood enterprise protection procedures, preparing and implementing appropriate, adequate to recognized standards, organizational security procedures, which include the following areas:

  • Physical protection and technical security
  • Security of key business processes
  • Information security, especially business secrets

Time of realization:

The audit is carried out between 5 and 14 days. After completing the collection of information, a report is prepared along with a presentation. The report contains a full analysis of hazards along with their occurrence, the possibility of mitigating hazards along with solutions (organizational and technical), checking existing procedures and adapting them to the needs of current and future protection of the facility.