Threat Analysis Group, LLC (TAG) utilizes performance-based, industry-specific risk assessment methodologies that incorporate effective deter, detect, delay and response criteria for protecting assets.
Given a specific risk, there are five strategies available to security decision makers to mitigate risk: avoidance, reduction, spreading, transfer and acceptance. A Threat Assessment is a logical process used to determine likelihood of adverse events impacting your assets and to validate security levels.
A vulnerability assessment, sometimes referred to as a security vulnerability assessment, is an analysis of security weaknesses and opportunities for adversarial exploitation in one or more of the above categories. During a vulnerability assessment, we can also assess compliance with Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED).
Threat Analysis Group, LLC has experience developing evidence-based Security Risk Models based on variables (unique vulnerabilities and security posture) for companies with multiple locations.


Our assessments incorporate best practices, standards, and guidelines unique to your industry. The goal of a vulnerability assessment is to identify and block opportunities for attacks against assets.
By effectively blocking opportunities, security decision makers can mitigate threats and reduce risk. This flowchart shows all different steps in risk assessment and the relation between these steps.
The objective of a Security Risk Model is to develop a model that incorporates the variables to identify risks to people and inform security decisions at each site. Our assessments consist of a detailed analysis of crime including foreseeable crime on the property and in the area; vulnerability identification, risk mitigation strategies, and cost effective security solutions.


The goal of a Security Risk Model is to optimize Security by focusing on the Variables that actually impact Security Risk. Risk mitigation is accomplished by decreasing the threat level by eliminating or intercepting the adversary before they attack, blocking opportunities through enhanced security, or reducing the consequences if an attack should occur.
Without question, the best strategy for mitigating risk is a combination of all three elements, decreasing threats, blocking opportunities and reducing consequences.



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