The consequences of failing to plan properly for new security projects or upgrades of existing security measures can be costly – in terms of the increased financial burden and the resultant loss of board investment support, inappropriate measures to mitigate the risk, and lack of strategic security vision.
At Black Tier we identify that there are two fundamental stages when planning new security projects:
1. Understanding and identifying the security risks that your organization faces.
2. Developing a strategic security plan to show how your organization’s security needs will be met through the implementation of new measures determined by the operational requirements.