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Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) is a company diversity registration designated under the Veteran Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-461). Registration ensures that companies qualify for preferential procurement for federal contracts if they are owned and controlled by Veterans.

This certification is non-industry specific and requires that the firm meets the small business requirements established by the Small Business Administration (SBA). Additionally, it requires that the company is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a veteran.

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Aside from Contracting Benefits, Why Should You Consider a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) Security Consulting and Engineering Firm?

VOSB and VSBE Combined Vertical LogosAs we approach the fourth of July, our thoughts focus on our country and  independence. Closely tied to those thoughts are the military that fights to protect the freedoms we have in the United States, especially as a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) and Maryland Veteran-Owned Small Business Enterprise (VSBE) that runs deep through our team.

Ensuring the safety and protection of employees, assets, and sensitive information is paramount for any organization. To achieve this, companies often rely on the expertise of consulting engineers who specialize in security systems and protocols. In this article, we will explore the significant benefits that arise from engaging a security consultant and engineer who is a VOSB. The unique experiences and qualities that veterans bring to the table can greatly enhance corporate security and contribute to a well-rounded approach.

Comprehensive Security Expertise

Veterans possess a wealth of knowledge and experience gained through their military service. Their training in areas such as threat assessment, risk management, and emergency response equips them with a comprehensive understanding of security principles. A VOSB security consulting and engineering firm can leverage this expertise to develop tailored security solutions that address the specific needs and challenges of the corporate environment. Their ability to identify potential vulnerabilities and implement proactive measures is invaluable in mitigating risks and safeguarding the organization.

Tactical Mindset and Attention to Detail

Military training instills in veterans a strong sense of discipline, attention to detail, and a tactical mindset. These qualities are transferrable to the corporate security realm and contribute to a meticulous approach in assessing security requirements. A VOSB security consulting and engineering firm will bring a keen eye for detail and a systematic approach to designing security systems, ensuring all aspects are thoroughly considered. From access control systems to video surveillance, their attention to detail can help identify blind spots, optimize security infrastructure, and provide a more robust defense against potential threats.

Adapting to Changing Threat Landscapes

Veterans are well-versed in adapting to dynamic and unpredictable environments, an invaluable trait when it comes to security management. The corporate landscape is constantly evolving, and new threats emerge regularly. VOSB security consulting and engineering firms possess the ability to stay agile, adjust strategies, and implement the latest security technologies effectively. They can analyze emerging trends, integrate advanced surveillance systems, and develop comprehensive emergency response plans that encompass both physical and cyber threats. This adaptability ensures that corporate security remains effective, even in the face of evolving risks.

Leadership and Teamwork Skills

Military service fosters exceptional leadership and teamwork skills in veterans. These skills translate seamlessly into the corporate security domain, where effective collaboration is crucial for success. A VOSB security consulting and engineering firm can provide strong leadership in guiding security teams, coordinating with stakeholders, and implementing security protocols across the organization. Their ability to cultivate a culture of security awareness and resilience among employees is instrumental in creating a robust security framework.

Demonstrating Commitment to Social Responsibility

Engaging a veteran-owned small business security consulting and engineering firm not only brings immense expertise but also demonstrates corporate social responsibility. Supporting veterans in their transition from the military to civilian life is a meaningful way to give back to those who have served our country. By engaging with a VOSB, organizations actively contribute to the growth and success of veteran entrepreneurs, empowering them to establish themselves in the corporate world.

In an era where physical security is a top priority for businesses and organizations, partnering with a veteran-owned small business security consulting and engineering firm is a strategic decision that yields numerous benefits. Their comprehensive security expertise, attention to detail, adaptability, leadership skills, and commitment to social responsibility make them invaluable assets for organizations seeking to enhance their security posture. By harnessing the unique perspectives and experiences of veterans, corporations can build resilient security systems that protect their people, assets, and reputation, ultimately fostering a safer environment for all.

 

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FREE DOWNLOAD: SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT CONSIDERATIONS GUIDE

IN-HOUSE SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT CONSIDERATIONS magazine coverSecurity professionals are constantly looking for innovative ways to secure their facility and provide a safe environment within their budget. And, they are also constantly looking for resources to help them achieve that mission while expert advice is hard to come by. 

Fortunately, we have released a considerations guide that will help security professionals perform their own in-house security risk assessment. 

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This guide is intended to assist you with performing an in-house physical security risk assessment. In many cases, assistance from a third-party expert, like Theseus Professional Services, is required.

Identification of missing or inadequate physical security measures that safeguard assets (people, property, and information) and critical business functions is of paramount importance. The findings of a security risk assessment are used to measure and communicate the level of risk to the organization.

  • Process Evaluation
  • Threats
  • Vulnerability Assessment Highlights
  • Electronic Security Systems Considerations
  • Site Considerations
  • Building Entrances and Exits
  • Common Functional Areas
  • Building Envelope
  • Utilities and Building Services
  • Building Systems

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