Infrastructure and Security Risks

Infrastructure and Security Risks

The number and type of threats to civilian and government-based organisations has increased significantly since the 1990s. Threats arise from global terrorism, activism, and the danger posed by “lone wolves”. Regional nationalism, religious fundamentalism, territorial disputes and revolutionary movements have all made the global economy more turbulent and volatile.

Despite the increasing expertise and sophistication of many terrorists and insurgent groups, failures of security are now less tolerated than ever before and civilians expect a high degree of protection and security. In consequence, the protection of large events, stadia, conferences, hotels, shopping malls, oil and gas installations, airports, airlines and critical national infrastructure has become more complex and challenging.

CICM can provide training and advice in how to protect and secure physical assets, as well as the most effective ways to review existing security procedures and protocols. We have access to some of the world’s leading security experts for advice on handling large scale events and critical infrastructure.