Security Concepts Group’s mission revolves around the safety of individuals and employees, utilizing proven security techniques and tactics. Unfortunately, security is often looked at as an unnecessary expense with no real “Added Value” or Return-on-Investment (ROI). Security Concepts Group is able to ensure that an organization can provide a safe and secure environment for its employees and assets, and also offers the five (5) added value items listed below:
Executive Protection with Business Operations Expertise/Program Management
A solid background in business operations allows the contemporary protection professional to more effectively integrate security within the executive team. For example, in the assignment planning stage, the business-savvy protection professional understands corporate concerns such as ROI and keeping practices cost effective. This awareness makes for a better relationship between the two parties, and makes everyone’s job easier.
“More protection professionals are coming from business backgrounds. They understand business.”
– George Taylor, Vice President of Global Operations, iJet (Operational Risk Management Solutions).
In today’s business climate, it has become a truism that most companies are pushing for maximum shareholder value and thus, maximum productivity from their CEO. As a result, an executive protection service that facilitates smooth and safe travel and public appearances so that the executive has sufficient time to capitalize on new market opportunities and business deals is valuable in and of itself.
“Security is a facilitator. Security is a value added,” Taylor says. “You’re helping them become more efficient.”
Security Concepts Group has a core team of professionals with a background in business operations including logistics, program management, finance, administration, and business development. We hold high-level certifications that give us insight into daily operations, overall mission goals, and provide us with a clear road map to integrate security seamlessly and without disruption into your organization.
Every company has a duty to provide legal “Standard of Care”. If there is an incident, and an organization did not practice due diligence to identify and mitigate security risks beforehand, will be exposed to a number or legal liabilities. Is your organization prepared for potential litigation in the event of injury or death?
Organizations can check the box on security requirements. But consider the avenues that lawyers will seek to gain compensation for their clients. Are you prepared to counter these arguments? Are you prepared for your brand to be judged in the court of public opinion?
Security Concepts Group provides a foundation that will limit liability and the potential for legal ramification when security events happen. Our practices reduce the risk of death, injury, and loss, and provide a buffer against legal tactics that threaten an organization’s credibility when security breaches occur.
Contract Compliance and Stock Share Prices
What impact would a security incident have on contract fulfillment? Would a failure to fulfill a contract result in fines due to non-compliance or cancelled contracts? If there is a security event, how will that affect current and future contracts with local and international clients? Will it affect an organization’s image? Will they cancel or reduce orders?
Utilizing the services provided by Security Concepts Group, you are assured that shareholders and clients will continue to have faith and trust in your organization in the event of a negative security incident. Their confidence in your operations will allow stock share prices to remain steady.
There is vast potential in marketing a business that is stable and secure, even during crisis events. Different agencies and clients, particularly the U.S. Government and foreign entities, will be more inclined to offer exclusive or “secretive” contracts based on your ability to protect the product being produced, manufactured, or provided.
One of the best methods for an organization to reduce costs lies within liability insurance. Many companies could realize large financial reductions in premiums if appropriate mitigation measures are take