Physical Security

 With the growing emphasis on locking down the security of designated critical infrastructure, and the need for compliance with security standards, physical security is an area of increasing concern among all types of organizations.  The twin goals of prevention and protection can only be accomplished by understanding the complex interactions between people, facilities and technology.

Tectus assesses the security of a company's facilities through a formalized audit process that identifies vulnerabilities, quantifies elements of the compliance standard, scores the assessments, and creates an action plan.  If necessary, we assist in implementing measures to enhance security.  Areas covered in this process typically include: Physical Security Planning, Access Control/Authentication, Surveillance, Perimeter Security, Communications, Internal Security, Intrusion Detection, Information Systems, Procedures, Human Resources, Accountability, and Policy Implementation.  Tectus also has the ability to perform assessments based on various standards such as those from the Department of Homeland Security or private organizations like TAPA.

If there are physical security audits that need to be performed across several global locations, Tectus can accommodate with our parternship network of  security auditors around the world.  We have also developed a system called ACEIS for capturing the individual audit results and scores, the associated remediation plans, and enterprise level management reports.   ACEIS also gives you the ability to perform ad hoc reporting as needed.