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Strategic Security Management… Prevention through Competence.


The first step in the development of a strategic security concept is the conduct of a risk analysis with the following segments:

  • risk identification
  • risk assessment
  • risk allocation

In this we reference the common risk families:

  • Natural disasters
  • technical malfunctions or accidents
  • criminal attacks and
  • other risks

Firstly, the gross risk (without consideration of already implemented measures) will be defined.

The net risk, which takes all existing measures into account, will be determined in the final result


We reference the two fundamental target categories:

Material values

  • Human
  • Real estate
  • Monetary value physical
  • Hardware
  • Material

Intangible values

  • Data and information
  • Know How
  • Image
  • Rights & Contracts
  • Monetary value virtual


Measures which are geared towards the “feasible and affordable goal” will be recommended in the strategic security management for all defined risks. These measures are:

  • preventive measures (rule out the risk)
  • minimizing measures (minimize the total risk)
  • hindering measures (impede the risk occurrence)
  • fighting measures (react to the risk occurrence)
  • verifying/detecting measures (serve evidence documentation purposes)