Non-Regulated Site Security Plan

Corporate SecurityNon-regulated site security plans for non-regulated sites are a vital part of an effective security program. Sites that must meet the requirements of the Department of Transportation (DOT), US Coast Guard (MTSA), Department of Homeland Security (CFATS), or other regulatory agencies have already been provided with guidance and actions they must take to meet compliance. So how do you know what to include in a security plan if your site is not regulated by the government when no guidance is available? Preparing security plans for non-regulated sites requires a thorough understanding of current and upcoming regulatory requirements as they may affect a non-regulated site, the latest security best practices and methodologies, a client’s organizational requirements and most likely security risks.

BPS has nearly twenty years as a client-oriented consulting service provider, and over seventy-five years of cumulative experience preparing site security plans for non-regulated sites. Because all BPS plan development team members maintain multiple professional security certifications you are assured that every security advisor is familiar with the latest methodologies and most current industry best practices. As a result you will know that your security plan is being developed using accepted, up-to-date security processes.

Site Security Plan Structure

BPS uses a security management compliance structure in the preparation of client security plans. This structure creates a blueprint for both the overall security program and the management framework required to maintain a thorough yet viable program. Elements normally included in a BPS-developed security plan include the following:

  • Confirming leadership’s commitment to security
  • Ensuring necessary liaison activities are in place and maintained
  • Enacting incident reporting and investigations requirements
  • Establishing regular threat assessment obligations
  • Enacting risk determination, mitigation, and implementation imperatives
  • Setting minimum security awareness training requirements
  • Laying out client specific security protective measures
  • Formulating security measures for high risk personnel
  • Communicating security emergency testing, training and response details
  • Enacting security program documentation and verification measures
  • Managing change within the security program

Contact BPS today to discuss your security plan requirements and request a proposal to ensure your security program is properly documented.
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