The security concerns that we face on a daily basis in the 21st century are broader and far more complex than at any time in our history. They range from concerns arising from threats to systems that allow society to control intergroup and interpersonal conflict, to concerns associated with threats to social and economic structures, and finally threats to the natural/environmental systems on which we all so closely depend.

In order for organisations to better understand the far more complex threat picture that we are all now exposed to, Pendry Risk Management has concentrated on specific consultancy services that will allow organisations to better understand their operational context and in doing so, will allow for a more effective response should a critical incident occur.

Risk Management

“One of the greatest contributions of a risk manager – arguably the single greatest – is to provide transparency.” Anette Mikes

Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling threats to an organization’s capital and earnings. These risks could stem from a wide variety of sources, including financial uncertainty, legal liabilities, strategic management errors, accidents and natural disasters.

Crisis Management

The secret of crisis management is not good vs. bad, it’s preventing the bad from getting worse.
Andy Gilman

The goal of crisis management is to have a system in place to effectively address the coordinated response, resources, and internal and external communication requirements during and after the negative situation.

Business continuity

“Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised.

Business continuity is the ability of an organization to maintain essential functions during, as well as after, a disaster has occurred.

Terrorism Awareness

If there was a terrorist attack at your location what would you do? Most organisations will have evacuation policies and plans, but these are often focused on hazards like fire, flood, or power failure etc. There is however a different set of protocols that need to be understood and implemented when dealing with a terror attack. If you’ve not properly identified your response, then your existing plans might not be fit for purpose.