sites sensibles

Risks assessment and analysis

As an employer, you have a legal duty to ensure the security of your staff. Risk prevention should therefore be at the heart of your security policy, especially on the most sensitive sites. Our staff will provide support with security audits, to help protect your employees, installations and information.

Comprehensive security audits to identify any security deficiencies

Whether it’s an intrusion into your premises, an attack on one of your sites in a sensitive country or an act of malicious intent, the consequences of a security deficit can be disastrous, at both human and financial level.

CORPGUARD offers companies the services of its risk analysis experts, within the framework of comprehensive security audits :

  • analysis of your business and the specific risks it faces,
  • organisational audits,
  • identification of potential threats,
  • intrusion tests on your sites,
  • IT security audits,
  • analysis of human, technical and procedural weaknesses.

Safeguarding sensitive sites

These audits enable us to identify any security deficiencies presented by your installations, to put forward appropriate mitigation recommendations, and to provide support with their implementation.

We intervene on all types of critical infrastructure, both in France and abroad: industrial, commercial, educational and healthcare installations, and government sites.

Personalised support to enhance your company’s security

Our staff will be posted to your installations, so that they can identify and assess the risks, map the threats posed, assess and optimise the measures already in place, and accompany you in the task of implementing appropriate security measures. To this end, a report setting out our findings and recommendations, and the changes we advise you to make, will be submitted at the end of the mission.

The solutions we propose will take into account the human, financial and material limitations that you have to work with.

Case studies

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