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Physical Security Assessment - Federal Facilities

C2 Threat Solutions conducted a comprehensive security study for a federal agency. The project included conducting a Risk and Resiliency assessment using the DHS Interagency Security Committee (ISC) Risk Management Process (RMP) methodology on Field Offices and Diversion Dams. The assessment included a threat analysis from domestic and international terrorist organizations and extremist groups. We assessed the existing physical security measures and identified opportunities to mitigate security vulnerabilities. We reviewed security policies and procedures, and staffing and training of their security guard forces. We conducted purposeful interviews with key staff to ascertain historical security data and concerns. In addition, we conducted a lighting audit of each field office and dam using a Light Meter with a Certificate of Calibration with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. We provided the client a Facility Security Plan (FSP) and Physical Security Assessment (PSA) report for each Field Office and Diversion Dam and provided content for the facilities' Computer-aided Design and overall comprehensive security plan. 

 

Security Study - State Capitol Campus 

C2 Threat Solutions was retained to conduct a security study of a State Capital Campus. The grounds comprise over 4.5 million square feet of facilities supporting 46 state organizations including Executive, Legislative, and Judicial office spaces.  The project included conducting a comprehensive security risk assessment of 21 high-value buildings including the governors' quarters, parks, trails, memorials, monuments, and parking garages. We assessed the existing physical security measures and identified opportunities to mitigate security vulnerabilities. In addition, we reviewed security policies and procedures, and staffing and training of their security guard forces. We conducted a lighting audit of each building using a Light Meter with a Certificate of Calibration with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. We provided a written assessment of each building which served as a critical baseline for defining vulnerabilities to the client and the identification of measures to mitigate risk. In addition, we provided content for the overall comprehensive security plan to improve their security posture.

Physical Security Assessment - County-wide Facilities

C2 Threat Solutions conducted a County agency comprehensive building security assessment in support of 12 county facilities (including parks and a recreation center), and public infrastructure, including a court house, a fire training center, and a county administration center, using the DHS Interagency Security Committee (ISC) Risk Management Process (RMP) methodology. We assessed the existing physical security measures and identified  opportunities to mitigate security vulnerabilities. In addition, we reviewed local crime data and their EDNA (Emergency & Disturbance Notification Alarm) systems. We conducted a lighting audit of each building using a Light Meter with a Certificate of Calibration with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. We provided the client recommendations for security designs responsive to security needs, written long-term and short-term security measures and solutions, recommendations for staff training and exercises related to workplace safety, and general security measures for open areas such as parks, boat docks, and ball fields.

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 ACTIVE Certifications:

SDVOSB, WOSB, EDWOSB,   

TX DBE, TX HUB, NC HUB, &

SCTRCA