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How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

How to better protect the business

- Introduction based on findings of SUPPORT

Delft, May 9, 2012

Henk van Unnik

Senior advisor, Securitas Maritime & Logistics Security Solutions


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Introduction

  • Picture of crime and terror

  • What has influenzed the corporate invironment

  • Risks related to Ports and Port facilities

  • What drives Crime and what drives Terror

  • SUPPORT´s 11 points of attention

  • How is Security perceived and organized to day

  • How can SUPPORT improve this

  • A proposed Model


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Picture of Crime and Terror

  • Corruption and bribe

  • Infiltration through joint ventures

  • Growth in violence

  • Underworld interwoven with the overworld

  • Loss of integrity in the business climate

  • Loss of a Ports reliability

  • Damage to supply chain, economy, and the rule of law


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

What has influenced the Stakeholders

  • Changes at Corporate level

  • structure and pace of corporate life and - security

  • more global trade and - economy

  • new business practices

  • risks more complex

  • interdependence between risk and business

  • higher security profile


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Risks related to a Port

  • A Port is vulnerable to crime due to

  • concentration of valuable goods

  • limited number of people present during night time

  • poor control over stocks and data

  • poor awareness of risks

  • lack of transparency and inspections of corporate processes

  • blind faith in people, insufficient recruitment processes

  • too much confidence in social control between employees

  • The option of a Toolkit that can create a PFSP is an important step


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Risks related to a Port facility

  • A Port Operator is extra vulnerable to crime due to:

  • placing too much trust in people and effectiveness 80 – 20 rule

  • lack of awareness

  • lack of efficient security procedures

  • weak systems of internal control

  • inadequate pre- employment and background checks

  • inadequate protection of information and IT systems

  • lack of business partner requirements

  • shift in norms and values


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

What drives Crime

Mechanisms that drives crime

Demand driven by:Supply driven by:

Greed Own use

Global disease Crime as profession

shift in norms / values

NeedCrime opportunities by

created by PR & sales activitiesineffective and insufficient

processess, procedures,

Povertyrisk perception and mitigation

exploitation /exclusion / culture

Can demand be influenzedCan supply be influenzed

Little to nothingBy reducing vulnerabilities throug adequate

security management


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Mechanisms that drives terror

Selecting a terror object is based on the circle of 3 V’s

Visibility of an object

Value of an object

Vulnerability of an object

The only V that can be influenzed to break this circle is Vulnerability

What drives Terror


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Managing security (WP2) (WP5) (manual 2)

Threat and vulnerability assessments and control measures (WP4)

Access control

Inspections at access control

Screening of staff

Standards for fencing, alarm systems and CCTV (WP3)

Monitoring and surveillance performances (WP3)

Handling of cargo in cooperation with Customs

Checking of personnel at the facility

Training and awareness programs

High resilience concepts (WP5)

11 points of attention


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

From a business perspective

A defensive approach focused on protection and `loss prevention` stopping

people to do their jobs instead of enabling the business to function and grow.

From a security perspective

Only two components are considered to be addressed the most important

components are hidden, leading to a wrong risk perception, a wrong risk

coverage and ineffective risk methods.

Physical security

Process and procedure

How is security perceived


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Characteristics of alignment

Convince colleagues that the role is to deliver security to support every day decisions

Initiate the view that security is also there to improve management

Help the organization by taking and mitigate risks

Make sure that security developments respond to market developments

Help departments to align strategic and operational activities from a security perspective

Emphasize that legitimacy of security not only comes from expert knowledge but also from

Business understanding

Skills of people

Management ability and

Communication expertise

How to align perception and development


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Security performance of an organization is as good as its processes and procedures

To create a model we looked at two different approaches

one, a top down approach where the top management is responsible for security and instigator and facilitator of a model like Corporate Security Management

OR

-two, a bottom up approach where the PFSO / PSO supported by instruments, that enables him to do so, takes the initiative for Process Improvement Management

Improvements by SUPPORT


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Provide the PFSO / PSO, based on the provisions of the ISPScode, the AEO guide

lines, the IMO`s “ Guide to Maritime Security and the ISPScode” and other best

practices with a TOOLKIT that makes it possible to:

Monitor risks related to crime and terror

Monitor risks related to corporate processes and procedures

Monitor an instigate education and training

Prepare and execute drills and exercises

A process improvement model


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Model, work in progress


How to better protect the business introduction based on findings of support delft may 9 2012 henk van unnik

Questions?


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