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Identi cation of the assets Identi cation of the threats Analyze the threats (risk assessment) Choose countermeasure Cost analysis of countermeasure Cost bene t, ROI
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This chapter is an overview on how to do a threat assessment, including some useful tools to aid in the process such as a cost benefit analysis To fully understand the concepts in the chapter there are some terms that need to be defined: 1 Threat assessment What can or will cause harm or loss to the people, facility, and products - vulnerabilities 2 Risk assessment The evaluation of the threats and determining which ones pose the greatest potential to cause harm The analysis is used to categorize the threats in rank order by the highest probability of occurrence 3 Risk management The process used to minimize the exposure to loss There are entire books devoted to risk management that include risk assessment, analysis, and mitigation Formulas are used to determine the probability of a potential loss occurring and what the dollar of the loss would be For the purposes of our discussion, we will keep it basic The basics outlined in this chapter are effective tools and are easy to use
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A threat assessment is the first step in determining what perimeter security will be needed The assessment is the first step in risk analysis and is used to determine the threats and vulnerabilities Conversely, the first step in risk analysis is identifying the threats Why do we need do a risk assessment you may be asking The following will give the reasons why: 1 Security costs and money is limited 2 Justify the expenditures 3 Be a part of the risk management program
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The risk management program has two methods for achieving the goal: 1 Pay for loss prevention countermeasures 2 Purchase insurance The risk management program has the following steps: 1 Identify the risks 2 Analyze the risks for probability of occurrence 3 Choose the method of mitigating the risk a Risk avoidance b Risk reduction c Risk segregation d Risk acceptance e Risk transfer (purchase insurance) f Combinations of any of the above 4 Continually re-evaluate the steps above
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Now let s look at how we can identify the risks The security survey is a tool that can be used to identify the risks The survey starts by looking at the location of the building or structure The purpose of the survey is to provide the information necessary to make decisions on what level is security is needed To effectively perform the survey, you need to collect some background information about the crime statistics in the area of the proposed or existing building or structure The survey form and the crime statistics are used to determine the threat to the facility, which is the first step in risk analysis What you are looking for is the type of security features that will best meet the need So looking at crime statistics is an important first step The following steps are an abbreviated version of what the security survey is all about: 1 Where is the facility located or where will it be located 2 Crime statistics for type and frequency 3 What type of facility or structure will be or is at the location 4 What is it you are trying to protect 5 Who are trying to protect it from
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6 What is the best way to protect the facility, people, and process a External intrusion detection b Access control c Video surveillance (CCTV) monitoring d Locks and keys e Clear zones f Security officers g Controlling vehicular and pedestrian traffic 7 What natural barriers can be used in the protection and design plan a Rivers b Cliffs c Beaches d Other rugged terrain The most effective way to collect the information necessary to identify the risks is to have some kind of form or checklist These forms are extremely helpful and make the job easier by ensuring that all the information is collected and recorded The forms can be simple to comprehensive The more comprehensive the form, the more accurate the survey and risk analysis will be
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