It is a priority for every company to determine its assets (people, information, things) and know what its vulnerability and threats are; to the extent that we have this clear, we can identify and classify the risk to prevent, avoid or transfer it.
At Enkelson, our risk analysts and security advisors are prepared to identify vulnerabilities and threats; analyze and decide which asset can affect and how; define and classify the risk and decide the precautions in this regard; record the facts and repetitions of interest; and periodically review and update plans and measures.
In practice, Enkelson risk analysts develop an inspection of the area and assets, where everything related to people, information, assets and procedures is studied in detail; In summary, we proceed according to the following steps:
1) Threat assessment: a summary of the fact to be analyzed, description, characteristics, background, risks of a physical, financial, political nature, organized crime, and registration of previous incidents is made.
2) Goods of greater value: the criticality of each of the goods is classified, from the personnel to the assets and information of value for the company.
3) Risk registration: here the risk is defined as a potential event that could have consequences for the assets and affect the objectives of the company. In this sense each risk is defined accompanied by the property that occurs and impact. From here comes a graph that expresses in images and colors the type of impact and its probability of occurrence.
4) Risk treatment: finally a graphic report is prepared where the options to be addressed are explained in front of each of the risk scenarios.