Chameleon provides security consulting and training services to some of the world's most renowned museums
Security programs at museums require a delicate balance between allowing uninterrupted public access on the one hand and, the need to protect often priceless artifacts on the other. Tasked with the difficult mission of securing iconic and irreplaceable artwork, archaeology and historical artifacts, Security Directors must find ways to proactively prevent threats and mitigate risks. Chameleon has been helping some of the world's most important museums to achieve this objective.
'Here are some of the museum security projects Chameleon has been retained to deliver:
- Comprehensive security assessments for one of the biggest art museums in the United States.
- Provided global travel security support for museum staff traveling to high risk locations.
- Threat risk & vulnerability assessment for a children's museum in Los Angeles.
- Provided online training courses for museums security officers all over the world.
- Comprehensive security assessments for two of the Netherlands most renowned art museums.
- Country risk assessments and due diligence as part of security planning for traveling exhibitions.
- Training of Museum Security Officers in Proactive Threat Assessment, Security Questioning and Surveillance Detection.
- Conducted an international art forgery investigation for private collectors.
- Security assessments focusing on cargo operations for both airports and airlines.
- Providing on going security quality assurance and red teaming services to several museums in Europe.
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Museum clients typically ask Chameleon to provide a comprehensive Threat, Risk and Vulnerability assessment which includes but is not limited to these areas:
- Ability to prevent or reduce the likelihood of active shooter situations and terrorist attacks at the museum.
- Ability to prevent theft of artifacts from the museum.
- Physical security assessment of the museum in terms of technology and equipment used to protect assets.
- Prevent political vandalism against the art or the museum.
- Prevent leakage of information from the Museum via insider threat, social engineering or cyber attacks.
- Security skill gap analysis of security officers, managers and staff.
- Security procedures gap analysis.
- Ability to respond to an incident that has already occurred.
- Protecting traveling exhibitions to countries and regions with high crime.
- Identify vulnerabilities in OPSEC.
- Study and assess the security command structure.
- Assess return on investment mechanism for expenditure son security.
- Evaluate the prioritization of security budget allocations.
- Customer service issues.
Here is a shortlist of some of our museum clients: