Threat Risk Assessments (TRA)

Enhance your company’s security posture and  protect your entire organization.

We Secure Your Company’s Assets - ​
Tangible, Intellectual, and Operational.​

Threat Risk Assessments (TRA) aim to protect our clients' physical assets,
information technology infrastructure, and operational continuity.​

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Protect Your
Tangible Assets

Physical Security Assessments safeguard tangible assets, including your information and your premises​
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Protect Your
Intellectual Property

Cyber Threat Assessments protect against information breaches and technological vulnerabilities​
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Protect Your
Business Continuity

Operational Risk Assessments ensure the resilience of daily business functions against disruptions
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Protect Your

The TRA helps prioritize the safety of your employees, customers, partners, and investors

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Threat Risk Assessment Services can be categorized into several types, each focusing on a specific security aspect. Some common types of TRAs include:

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Physical Security Assessments

Evaluate the physical security measures in place, such as access control systems, surveillance cameras, and perimeter security.
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Cyber Threat Assessments

Identify potential cyber threats, such as malware, phishing attacks, and data breaches, and evaluate the security measures to protect against these threats.
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Operational Risk Assessments

Identify and assess risks related to the day-to-day operations of an organization, such as supply chain disruptions, equipment failures, or human error.

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Key Components of YOUR Threat Risk Assessment​

A comprehensive Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessments (TRVA) involves several key components that work together to provide a thorough understanding of security risks and vulnerabilities. These components include:​
  • Threat Identification:

    Identify potential threats that could harm your organization, such as natural disasters, cyberattacks, or physical security breaches.
  • Risk Analysis:

    Assess the likelihood of threats occurring and their potential impact on your organization.​
  • Vulnerability Assessment:

     Identify vulnerabilities within your organization that threats could exploit.​
  • Risk Mitigation Strategies:

     Based on the findings of the risk analysis and vulnerability assessment, develop strategies to reduce or eliminate potential risks.​

Key Deliverables

The benefits of conducting a Physical Security Threat Risk Assessment (STRA) includes:


Better risk management ​

By understanding your site's vulnerabilities through the expertise of a trusted third-party reviewer, you can make informed decisions to mitigate risks effectively. ​
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Efficiency and Effectiveness​

Our assessments help identify opportunities to optimize existing security systems, people, and processes, leading to more efficient and effective security measures.​
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Make Informed Security Decisions​

Our recommendations prioritize security investments, ensuring that your resources are allocated to areas where they will have the most significant impact.​​
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Why Choose Kirsch Group for Your Threat
Risk Assessment Needs

Our Unique Approach

We take a comprehensive approach to designing your threat risk and vulnerability assessments, ensuring that our recommendations are practical and effective for you.

Industry Expertise

With Certified Protection Professional (CPP)/ Physical Security professional (PSP) certifications, and years of experience serving clients like you, we understand your unique security needs across various industries.​

We Tailor to You

Our assessments are tailored to your organization's size, industry, and operational requirements, providing targeted solutions that address your specific security challenges.​


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Risk Assessment Tools: Ex-CSIS Expert’s Selection Guide

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The Role of Access Control Systems to Enhance Your Security

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Understanding Different Levels of Physical Security from a Former CSIS Intelligence Officer

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Kirsch Group’s Essential Physical Security Assessment Checklist 

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    What you get?​
    In this 30-minute, 1 on 1 consultation, together:​

    • We will work with you to understand your security concerns.​
    • We will provide you the best course of action.​

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