In today’s world, physical and cyber security are often impossible to address separately. We pride ourselves on our ability to operate at the intersection of both, working with corporate security teams and family offices from around the world to holistically strengthen the security posture of organizations and individuals alike.
We are especially experienced at helping organizations build and enhance:
Insider Threat Detection & Mitigation Programs
Workplace Violence Prevention Programs
Site or Location Security Enhancements
Corporate Security Policies
Our team works hand-in-hand with client stakeholders to ensure alignment with an organization’s existing operational framework; all projects are scoped individually. We typically begin advisory projects with a gap analysis or vulnerability assessment to understand a client’s current security posture, strengths, and shortcomings. Next, we can assess physical security, system security, and compliance frameworks to ensure full coverage of an organization’s risks.
Stevan Bernard Senior Advisor
Former Executive Vice President of Global Protection Services, Sony Pictures
During his 16 years with Sony, Steve initiated numerous security programs worldwide and managed a staff that covered 50 countries and 150 offices. He was responsible for global threat management, investigations, information security and data privacy, content protection, major event security, environment, health and safety, production safety and security, sustainability, medical services, BCP/CM and incident management (including cyber), physical security, law-enforcement and government coordination, and fire and life safety. In addition to the entertainment field, Steve has also held key leadership roles in energy, food, and technology. He remains engaged with the law enforcement community, including the U.S. Department of State, academia, the International Security Management Association (ISMA), the Domestic Security Advisory Council (DSAC) for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), Infragard, and ASIS International.