Physical Security Audits

A physical security audit is a physical examination and assessment of a facility to identify and evaluate security related risks and the protection of people, property, information and other assets from the real or perceived threats of external and internal security incidents. Depending on the risk determination for your facility, security audits should be conducted every three to five years.

Using American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International guidelines and best practices and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles of natural surveillance, natural access control, territorial reinforcement and maintenance, a physical security audit can help you determine your threats and vulnerabilities and help mitigate your risk with countermeasures.

The Physical Security Audit Includes:

  • Kickoff Meeting
  • Asset Determination
  • Risk Determination Matrix
  • On-site Security Survey (day/night) to Include a review of:
    1. Community Relationship/Neighborhood
    2. Property Perimeter
    3. External Grounds
    4. Parking
    5. Building Perimeter
    6. Electronic Intrusion Detection System
    7. Electronic Access Control System
    8. Video Surveillance System
    9. Audio/Visual Communication System
    10. Interior Security
    11. Documentation
    12. Key Management and Control
    13. Miscellaneous Security
    14. Property Inventory
  • Security Personnel Review
  • Security Policies, Procedures and Documents Review
  • Staff Interviews
  • Crime Statistics
  • Staff Security Training Review
  • Written report w/Findings & Recommendations
  • Out Brief

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