BS ISO/IEC17799:2005 – Information Technology Assessment Module (more info)

  • Global Protective Management (GPM) presents its new BS ISO/IEC17799:2005 compliance assessment module. BS ISO/IEC 17799:2005 provides for the Assessment and implementation of information security management system (“ISMS”), control requirements, to organizations preparing for certification. This module is comprised of a questionnaire that covers a 134 security controls; specifically designed to assess compliance and implementation of BS ISO/IEC17799:2005 standards. This assessment process addresses eleven domains:
  • Security Policy
  • Organization of Information Security, Asset Management
  • Human Resources Security
  • Physical and Environmental Security
  • Communications and Operations Management
  • Access Control
  • Information Systems Acquisition
  • Development and Maintenance
  • Information Security Incident Management
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Compliance
  • GPM’s Secure Assess BS ISO/IEC 17799:2005 assessment is designed for clients who are seeking certification and/or improving their ISMS security posture with the Standard.
     
  • This is a must for key decision makers IE: CFO, COO, CIO, CEO, Business Process Decision Makers, IT Directors, Security Managers/Directors.
     
  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over standard methods. It may also result in significant financial savings in the implantation and compliance certification process.

ISPS Code – Compliance Assessment Module (more info)

  • Global Protective Management (GPM) introduces its International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Code assessment module. This module is comprised of over 400 questions specifically designed to assist in the assessment and evaluation of compliance with the ISPS Code. Marine transport and facility owners and operators as well as compliance inspectors, security consultants, practitioners and auditors will find this tool improves the information collection and assessment process.

  • This assessment module is based upon the requirements of the ISPS Code and will enable users to demonstrate a transparent assessment process, which produces thorough and concise reports as well as the ability to track continuing compliance on a go-forward basis. The module also provides a concise methodology to track the remediation efforts for areas of non-compliance.

  • GPM believes that by using this module owners and operators will significantly enhance their overall compliance efforts regardless of the location of the facility or vessel. The module provides selectable compliance levels for each assessment area and allows users to implement the standardized question set as is, or modify it to address an individual facility and operator’s needs. The flexibility of the module to be tailored to specific situations by the modification of the base question set is one of its greatest strengths. In fact, previously developed question sets can be readily imported to the module to enhance the database of questions provided.
     
  • Use of the ISPS module will reduce assessment and reporting time-frames through a consistent reporting process which presents the data in a readily understood compliance format. This module facilitates consistent, detailed security assessment of ship and marine facility sites, operational procedures and security controls. The need for consistency of reporting is especially critical for companies who operate multiple, geographically diverse facilities and operations.

  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over manual assessment methods.

Business Continuity Program Assessment (more info) (coming soon)

  • Global Protective Management (GPM) presents its new Business Continuity Program assessment module. This module provides a comprehensive audit on an organization’s business continuity program based on the industry accepted National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 1600) standard.

  • GPM's Business Continuity NFPA 1600 assessment is designed for clients who are seeking certification and/or improving their compliance posture prior to audit.
     
  • Business Continuity Professionals as well as consultants, practitioners and auditors will find this tool improves the information collection and assessment process.
     
  • This assessment module is based upon the requirements of the NFPA1600 Business Continuity standard and will enable users to demonstrate a transparent assessment process, which produces thorough and concise reports as well as the ability to track continuing compliance on a go-forward basis. The module also provides a concise methodology to track the remediation efforts for areas of non-compliance.

  • GPM believes that by using this module owners and operators will significantly enhance their overall compliance efforts regardless of the location of the facility or operation. The module provides selectable compliance levels for each assessment area and allows users to implement the standardized question set as is, or modify it to address an individual facility and operator’s needs. The flexibility of the module to be tailored to specific situations by the modification of the base question set is one of its greatest strengths. In fact, previously developed question sets can be readily imported to the module to enhance the database of questions provided.
  • Use of the BCP NFPA1600 module will reduce assessment and reporting time-frames through a consistent reporting process which presents the data in a readily understood compliance format. This module facilitates consistent, detailed assessments of administration, documentation, emergency planning, governance, risk assessment and hazard mitigation procedures, mitigation strategies, resource management, incident management, operational procedures and security controls. The need for consistency of reporting is especially critical for companies who operate multiple, geographically diverse facilities and operations.

  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over manual assessment methods.

Supply Chain Security Assessment (more info)

Customs - Trade Partnership Against Terrorism(C-TPAT)/ Partners in Protection (PIP) Overview

  • Global Protective Management (GPM) introduces its Supply Chain Security Assessment module. This module is comprised of over 360 questions specifically designed to assist, manufacturers, freight forwarders, exporters and importers, their Security Personnel, Consultants and Auditors, with the evaluation of the level and nature of protections and vulnerabilities that may exist in their supply chain and facilities. This assessment process, is based upon the requirements of both the C-TPAT and PIP programs and will enable companies to demonstrate a transparent process, which produces thorough and concise reports as well as the ability to track remediation of security shortfalls or vulnerabilities. We believe that by using this assessment process companies will enhance their overall chances of being certified by US and Canadian Customs. The module provides selectable compliance levels for each area of operation and allows users to implement the standardized question set as is, or modify it to address individual facility and operations’ features and needs.

  • Companies across the supply chain have specific security concerns that are not found in most other environments. Maintaining an acceptable level of security in this unique environment is extremely difficult. GPM introduces the Supply Chain Security Assessment process that automates and simplifies the process, which is what industrial and organizational, security professionals have been waiting for.

  • GPM's Supply Chain Security Assessment allows for security assessments that address the C-TPAT AND PIP guidelines. These assessments can be conducted in reduced time frames using consistent reporting and measurable compliance formats. This module facilitates consistent, detailed security evaluation of supply chain facilities, sites, operational procedures and controls. The need for consistency of reporting is especially critical for companies who operate multiple, geographically diverse facilities and operations.

  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over manual assessment methods.

Healthcare Facilities Security Assessment (more info)

  • Global Protective Management (GPM) introduces its Healthcare Facilities Security Assessment module. This module is comprised of over 700 questions specifically designed to assist Healthcare Administrators, Security Personnel, Consultants and Auditors with the evaluation of the level and nature of protections and vulnerabilities that may exist in healthcare facilities and patient care operations. The module provides selectable compliance levels for each area of operation and allows users to implement the standardized question set as is, or modify it to address individual facility and operations’ features and needs.

  • Healthcare facilities have specific security concerns that are not found in most other environments. Maintaining an acceptable level of security in this unique environment is extremely difficult. GPM introduces the Healthcare Facilities Security Assessment process that Healthcare security professionals have been waiting for.
     
  • GPM's Healthcare Facilities Security Assessment allows for customized security assessments that can be conducted in reduced time frames using consistent reporting and measurable compliance formats. This module facilitates detailed security evaluation of critical healthcare operations such as emergency rooms, admissions areas, and pharmacies as well as ancillary operations such as hospital parking areas and shipping and receiving docks. It also reviews emergency operations, evacuation and planning processes including bioterrorism response.

  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over standard methods.

High-Rise Security Assessment (more info)

  • Global Protective Management introduces its High-Rise Building security assessment module. This module is comprised of 419 questions specifically designed to assist Property Management Companies, Facility Managers, Property Owners and Security Consultants to evaluate the level and nature of protections and vulnerabilities which exist in their buildings. The module provides selectable compliance levels for each area of building operation and affords users the capability to use the standardized question set as is, or modify it to address individual property and building features and needs.

  • SecureAssess® for buildings, protection for tenants and property. Global Protective Management introduces the SecureAssess® High-Rise Building security vulnerability assessment process you have been waiting for. The catastrophic events of September 2001 identified the need for building owners, real estate and property management companies to review the security and safety of their properties and buildings. The SecureAssess® High-Rise Building security module facilitates the completion of consistent security assessments which can conducted in reduced time frames using consistent reporting and measurable compliance formats.

  • This process affords a 50% to 75% saving in time over standard methods.


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