STRATEGIC RISK MANAGEMENT
Risk management should...
- create value.
- be an integral part of organizational processes.
- be part of decision making.
- explicitly address uncertainty.
- be systematic and structured.
- be based on the best available information.
- be tailored.
- take into account human factors.
- be transparent and inclusive.
- be dynamic, iterative and responsive to change.
- be capable of continual improvement and enhancement.
We provide a full spectrum of risk management services to corporate and high-net worth clients. Our services are divided into two categories: Business Intelligence, which provides actionable intelligence for executive decision makers, and Specialized Security, which focuses on protection of critical personnel and resources. We consider our services to be tangible product lines with a systematic approach and deliverable work product. We are not a consulting firm nor are we a Private Military Company. We are a specialized service provider that offers quantifiable results that identify and mitigate risk for our clients.
Strategic Risk Management maintains a highly qualified cadre of intelligence collection and security professionals with a depth of experience to provide high quality business intelligence and security services to our corporate customers. Our officers are veterans from the U.S. Secret Service, CIA, and the U.S. Special Operations Command. You will not find a more sophisticated and dedicated corps of professionals with any other firm.
In enterprise risk management, a risk is defined as a possible event or circumstance that can have negative influences on the enterprise in question. Its impact can be on the very existence, the resources (human and capital), the products and services, or the customers of the enterprise, as well as external impacts on society, markets, or the environment.
Methods, definitions and goals vary widely according to whether the risk management method is in the context of project management, security, engineering, industrial processes, financial portfolios, actuarial assessments, or public health and safety.
The strategies to manage risk include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, and accepting some or all of the consequences of a particular risk.