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What's Different?

Vulnerability/Threat Assessment
Where are we vulnerable, what are the threats?

Risk Assessment
What is the total risk @ any location

Geopolitical Context
What is the undercurrent at this location?

Public Reporting Verification
Can I see it with my own eyes?

Vulnerability/Threat Assessment

Where is the vulnerability? What are the threats?

Focus on specific venues/locations, calling out existing vulnerabilities
Report Details
 AnalysisProvide overview of not only vulnerabilities to a facility but also support infrastructure in surrounding area
Key Object identification – Structures, roads, moveable and fixed assets, physical and manmade related to vulnerability/threat
Vulnerabilities will be assessed based on specified requirements – man-made vulnerabilities. Weak points in and around facilities (ex, perimeter fencing, barriers and interface).
Input typesSatellite imagery, open-source intelligence, field observation, road network, national mapping agencies, secondary research, customer supplied
Discovery ReportImage overview with existing vulnerabilities identified, max 2kmx2km
Identification of Key Object relevant toward project completion/goals
Infrastructure – Roads, Transportation, Water, Power
Area: up to 5 square kilometers
Analysis ReportSurrounding area support (transportation hubs, hospitals, police/fire locations), max 5kmx5km.
Identification of Key Objects related to vulnerability and threats
Key Site Observations leveraging additional Open Source content
Area: up to 10 square kilometers

Risk Assessment

What is the total risk at any location?

Focus on specific venues/locations, calling out potential vulnerabilities
Report Details
 AnalysisProvide overview of overall Risk – the product of vulnerabilities and Threats for a specific location
Key Object identification
Structures, roads, moveable and fixed assets, physical and manmade related to Risk
Vulnerabilities will be assessed based on specified requirements – risks of natural and or man-made nature will be addressed. Potential for the impacts of future, attacks, bombings, political unrest, flooding, fires earthquakes or other naturally occurring events is identified.
Input typesSatellite imagery, open-source intelligence, field observation, road network, national mapping agencies, secondary research, customer supplied
Discovery ReportImage overview with potential risks identified.
Identification of Key Object relevant to over all risk:
Infrastructure – Roads, Transportation, Water, Power
Area: up to 5 square kilometers
Analysis ReportSurrounding area support (transportation hubs, hospitals, police/fire locations), max 5kmx5km.
Identification of Key Objects related to site Risk
Key Site Observations leveraging additional Open Source content
Area: up to 10 square kilometers

Geopolitical Context

What is the undercurrent in this area?

Trend/Sentiment in a location
Report Details
 AnalysisAccounting for regional political influences, a view of the political trends in the local populations
Key Object Identification – Structures, roads, moveable and fixed assets, physical and manmade related to Risk
Geo-political issues, variables and trigger points related to seen or identifiable objects will be assessed on specific requirements – demonstrations, marches, protests, gatherings, military activity based on geo-political events will be identified as well as damage resulting from said activities. Police, military outposts/facilities, political offices/gathering area’s, vehicles, equipment, tents, groups of people will be identified.
Input typesSatellite imagery, open-source intelligence, field observation, road network, national mapping agencies, secondary research, customer supplied
Discovery ReportImmediate changes underway called out
Identification of Key Object relevant toward project completion/goals
Infrastructure – Roads, Transportation, Water, Power
Area: up to 5 square kilometers
Analysis ReportHistorical context provided.
Identification of Key Object and Key Changes
Key Site Observations leveraging additional Open Source content
Area: up to 10 square kilometers

Public Reporting Verification

Can I see it with my own eyes?

Checking the “obvious” vs the “reported”
Report Details
 AnalysisAccounting for local reports of information, provide an overview that not only provides a geospatial context for such reporting, but also then maps reports to observed changes on the ground
Area or facilities will be evaluated on publicly reported security events for visual conformation – Any security related, demonstrations, marches, protests, gatherings, military activity as well as damage resulting from said activities will be evaluated. Police, military outposts/facilities, political offices/gathering area’s, vehicles, equipment, tents, groups of people will be identified. Any damage or changes related to natural disasters will be assessed.
Input typesSatellite imagery, open-source intelligence, field observation, road network, national mapping agencies, secondary research, customer supplied
Discovery ReportComparison of “reported” changes to visible changes
Identification of Key Object relevant toward comparison
Infrastructure – Roads, Transportation, Water, Power
Area: up to 5 square kilometers
Analysis ReportComparison of “reported” changes to visible changes
Identification of Key Object and Key Changes made toward project completion/goals
Key Site Observations leveraging additional Open Source content
Quantification and estimation of project readiness
Area: up to 10 square kilometers

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