The ATRiM Group offers terror and other crime threat risk assessment in two domains: i) exogenous (from the outside) and endogenous (from the inside) threats posed to critical infrastructure.
We seek out and collaborate with other like-minded professionals to bring balance and congruity to security at critical infrastructure.
What is Critical Infrastructure?
Critical infrastructure is defined as “processes, systems, facilities, technologies, networks, assets and services essential to the health, safety, security and economic well-being of people and the effective functioning of government.”
What We Do
We collectively help clients with a plan to seamless integrate all aspects of security by introducing like-minded subject matter experts at the right time. They make it their business to understand the role of each player in a comprehensive security game.
As a team, we do not throw out the baby with the bath water. We dispel commonly held myths about security affecting good judgment and decision making, which we combine with behavioral insights, crime prevention sciences and technology inter-woven with your organization’s existing security strategy and practices.
Types of Threats We Help Mitigate
- acts of terror
- impersonation and fraud using ID and other false documentation
- fraud attacks to registration and payment systems
- occupational fraud/theft
- workplace sabotage, and
- workplace violence
- school violence
- neighborhood violence
Harms Identification, Prevention, Detection and Reduction Strategies
Consulting, Education and Training
- Threat Risk Assessments: Terror and other External Threats; Occupational Fraud, Theft, Corruption, Workplace Violence & Workplace Sabotage
- Future search conferences: Strategic planning for transforming security to a future state which includes behavioral insights and crime prevention science
- Planning-in-Action workshops: Tactical application of behavioral and crime prevention science to resolve situation and geographic specific threats
- On-line training courses and in-service workshops: Transfer of knowledge and skills with adult learning techniques