Threat, Risk & Vulnerability Assessment Training

Learn how to Conduct TRV Assessments

There is a lot involved in conducting a thorough and meaningful TRVA; we know this - as security consultants, it's our business.

TRVs are an important basis for managing and improving a security system and when done right, are a great tool. They are vital to security resource deployment, evaluation of procedures and technology, drafting an effective Request for Proposal.

Security professionals often need to look at their organization as a consultant would - reviewing the security systems threats, risks and vulnerabilities. This course will teach you how it's done.

Threat Risk Vulnerability Assessment

This course can be customized for a specific industry or organization. In the past, this course has been provided to judicial organizations that wanted to develop a better strategy for assessing court security across the country. We have also provided this course as a seminar that brought in a multi disciplinary audience of security managers representing airports, central banks, critical infrastructure, hospitality and health care sectors.

When is a TRV needed?

  • For deploying security resources
  • If hiring or firing personnel
  • To evaluate procedures, technology and needs
  • For drafting a Request for Proposal
  • When asked to explain potential risk, threats or vulnerabilities

Course Agenda includes:

  • Methodology and process of TRVAs
  • Threat Perception and need for TRVA
  • Nature of Threat
  • Means of Aggression
  • Improve your ability to identify threats
  • Assessing and Mapping Threats
  • Vulnerability and Risk
  • Closing Skill Gaps
  • Security Quality Assurance
  • Security Management Challenges and Strategies
  • How to professionally present your findings

Who Should Attend?

Security Managers, Supervisors and Directors from the private, public and military sectors can all benefit from this training.


Establishing Security Benchmarks

A key element in a security assessment is to provide the benchmark against which a security system is being evaluated. The benchmark is informed by regulators,by customers, management but most importantly it is governed by the adversary. A key part of the Chameleon methodology presented in the course is how to evaluate a security system from an adversarial point of view while still addressing regulations, laws, customers, and operations as influencing factors.

Security Benchmark

Interested In This Course?

We would be glad to send you a detailed proposal!