Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Course (TVRA)
The first step of every professional security manager is to understand the threats and risks that might pose harm to those persons and assets that he is charged with his protection. In this course, participants will learn how to look at their operations from the attacker point of view and understand what an attacker looks for while planning an attack. You will learn the difference between a Threat and a Risk and how to measure it in a way that other managers and stakeholders will understand and cooperate with you. Knowing the processes of your organization is sometimes more crucial than understanding how many exits and entrances you have. Processes such as public entrance to a shopping centre are different from the contractor’s entrance to a shipyard- how do they differ, what are the risks, and how do we mitigate those risks?
Valuable Key Takeaways
- Methodology – understanding the process and building blocks of a professional TVRA- Overview of ISO 3100 and FEMA 452
- Threats- understanding the threats to your operations, based on the industry and type of operations. We will cover current threats, and relevant threat scenarios
- Security Domains- aviation, maritime, commercial, hospitality and entertainment, public sector and private corporations
- Mitigation strategies- Technologies, Processes, Procedures, and Training
- Red Teaming – A method for checking for assessing preparedness and measuring the effectiveness of your security investment.
- Regulations and Laws- how international and Local regulations and Laws in different domains (Aviation/ Maritime/ Law Enforcement) impact the process
- What’s Next- A brief introduction to Security Planning and Design
Why Should You Attend?
Ariel is a veteran of the Israeli armed forces, serving in an infantry unit as a commander in different combat zones. After leaving the army, he joined the Israeli security services where he served an aviation and embassy security officer, protecting Israeli assets all over Europe.
In 2004 Ariel joined the public security sector, as a security consultant. He specialized in the Maritime industry, implementing international security codes and procedures at different ports and port facilities in Europe. conducting security assessments, developed operational and contingency plans, implemented tactical and security equipment, and developed training material for managers and security personnel.
His specialty is providing a holistic solution to security threats in different parts of the world. The solutions integrate site critical assessments, development of site specific protocols and procedures, integration of technologies and equipment, and comprehensive training and exercises.