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Security Assessment FAQ

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Security Assessment. Frequently-Asked-Questions (FAQs):

What is physical security?

That part of security concerned with physical measures designed to safeguard, ensure the protection of, or prevent unauthorized access to assets under protection. Assets may include facilities, equipment, people, intangible assets, data, and other properties.

We have no clue as to how much security we need or how it should be provided. Can you help us?

Yes, absolutely. The most challenging time for many organizations is when they are too small to have a formal security program in place yet big enough to begin experiencing problems faced by larger companies. Preventive Security Assessment Services has helped organizations through this period of transition. We generally recommend that a security assessment be conducted as the first step in developing a security program for your company. This assessment will identify your companies security risks and help establish priorities for how security will be managed as your company continues to grow.

How can we tell if our present security program is adequate to meet our needs? Can we do a better job with the resources we already have?

A formal Physical Security Assessment will help you to answer these questions and establish a roadmap to success.  During the assessment, all aspects of the security program are examined, weaknesses are identified, and suggestions for improvements are made. In addition to evaluating areas in which costs can be reduced and security operations optimized. This is accomplished by collecting data in interviews, observations, and document review.

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What is a Request for Proposal (RFP)?

A Request for Proposal (RFP) is a business document which announces a project, defines it, and solicits bids from qualified contractors and vendors to complete it. 

When might you need to send a Request for Proposal (RFP)?

Any business that outsources work, will probably use a Request for Proposal (RFP). All types of organizations from small businesses to government agencies (Federal, State, and Local) and multinationals will feasibly write a RFP. It is rare for organizations to deal with challenges they encounter alone.

RFPs are useful time-savers and allows customers to review proposals, without negotiating with a large number of contractors and vendors.
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