Security scope

Security Risk Scope –

Upon acceptance of this proposal, we shall set up a formal meeting with you the client. This is to determine the final security scope and to establish what your exact expectations are relating to the deliverables about the Independent Security Risk Assessment.

puzzle-1746563_1280 by . Gerd Altmann/geralt. security risk scope security risk scopeThere is a very distinct and vast difference between an Independent Security Risk Assessment, which places you, the Client, as the central primary focus, and the current industry practice of a Free Risk Assessment, which is designed to promote the agenda of the security service provider (security company), while inserting their products and service offerings as the solution to address your assessed Security Risks.

As an Independent Security Risk Assessment evaluates the already deployed or potential deployment of security systems and security management personnel, this practice should raise a question as to the validity of the free risk assessment.

Client Satisfaction – Our number 1 priority.

Therefore, as Client satisfaction is a top priority for us, we will listen to what you need and want, unlike most other Security Companies.

Unfortunately, many other individuals and entities that we have assisted in the past have experienced this situation and have been on the receiving end of the very risk they were seeking to control.

Before initiating the 2nd phase, our management team will conduct another meeting with your team and all the relevant parties, should it be necessary. This is because the information collected frequently alters the scope, revealing unidentified security risks and bringing new information to light.

Written by Andre Mundell Risk Assessor Alwinco.

We offer security risk assessments in Bloemfontein, Chatsworth, Cape Town, Greenside, Midrand, Sandton, and Brooklyn among other parts of South Africa.

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