DSI delivers custom security engagements for clients and partners worldwide. These engagements are tailored to fit the specific needs of enterprises and organizations confronted with threats to personnel and assets.
All engagements begin with a vulnerability analysis, a process of identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing the vulnerabilities in a system. In general, a vulnerability analysis serves to categorize key assets and drive the risk management process.
Whether a high rise in an urban environment or a manufacturing plant in a rural area, each site comes with a unique set of physical security challenges and requirements. Physical security controls are essential to protecting facilities, sensitive information, and personnel from natural and human threats.
Our teams perform an on-site assessment of selected facilities and evaluates your organization’s physical security, and with your experts, evaluate the perimeter, access control systems, video surveillance, insider threat, and other areas essential to an effective physical security program. DSI’s teams draw from extensive backgrounds in military/paramilitary operations, security auditing, and emergency response.
Our professional experience includes threat intelligence, policy development, and tactical operations planning, training, and response. This allows our team the ability pinpoint gaps in physical security controls and recommend both tactical and strategic improvements that support your business goals in a cost effective manner.
We provide vulnerability assessments as a stand-alone service and as the front-end to longer term engagements requiring detailed budgets and proposals.
ENGAGEMENT TEAM LEADERS
Bill Tallen, Executive Vice President, DSI, has had a 20 year career with the Department of Energy, where he served as a Federal Agent, team leader, unit commander, training instructor, and manager in the agency which provides secure transportation of nuclear weapons and nuclear materials within CONUS. He helped to found DOE's Special Response Force program, developing and teaching urban and close quarter battle techniques to Federal Agents charged with recovery of lost assets. He has designed and conducted a variety of wargaming efforts in support of vulnerability assessments, security system design, and leadership training, and has taught a variety of crisis decision making models. Bill holds the degree of Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College.
Randy Bartlett, Vice President, DSI, leads the development and instruction of all command and control technologies and infrastructure. He has over 30 years military and paramilitary experience as a commissioned Infantry officer, non-commissioned officer, and contractor. Through various companies, he provided leadership and management for site and convoy security, medical evacuation, personnel recovery, expatriate evacuation, vulnerability analysis and gap assessment, and business continuity in several countries. As part of the withdrawal of conventional forces from Iraq, he was part of a four man team that located, accounted for, and developed protective plans for Americans and foreign nationals in Iraq. He also developed a security program for an infrastructure renewal and development project valued at $1B USD in Libya.
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