County Utility Physical Security Study
C2 Threat Solutions was retained to conduct a Physical Security Study of a utility company that provides electrical power to over 55,000 customers. The project included conducting a physical security assessment of infrastructure, physical security technology, organization, and resourcing of operations; a review of current district policies and procedures to provide recommendations on security systems and security operations emergency management planning. We used the DHS Interagency Security Committee (ISC) Risk Management Process (RMP) methodology on their facilities and electronic security systems and conducted a lighting audit of each facility using a Light Meter with a Certificate of Calibration with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. We developed and provided the client with a master plan to improve their security posture.
Risk and Resilience Assessment in Support of America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018
C2 Threat Solutions was retained to conduct an EPA-mandated Risk and Resilience Assessment, Compliant Risk Assessment, and Emergency Response for a utility company that provides water and wastewater services to over one million customers. The team consisted of specialists certified by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in the America's Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 process. The project included a document review of security policies and procedures, workshops, identifying and conducting site assessments of critical assets, purposeful interviews of selected staff, vulnerability assessments of malevolent and natural hazards including electronic security systems, access controls, perimeter security, security guard forces, and security culture using the AWWA J-100 Risk, Resilience, and CPTED Methodologies. In addition, we conducted a lighting audit on each assessed facility using a Light Meter with a Certificate of Calibration with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. We provided the client with a written report of physical security performance specifications that can be utilized during new construction and to update existing facility measures. All identified physical and procedural standards were based on industry-accepted best practices and published standards.
SDVOC, WOSB, TX DBE,
TX HUB, NC HUB, & SCTRCA