Protective security advice helps government, businesses, and owners of critical infrastructure to make decisions about how they protect their information, assets, personnel and data by ensuring that they are stored appropriately according to appropriate requirements. Critical infrastructure asset owners usually have to comply with their own State and Australian Federal Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF).

Implementation of protective security measures within environments that minimise the risk of harm or compromise to people, information and physical assets can significantly have an impact on security and safety. A risk based approach to protective security may consider the expected business impact if those resources or information were compromised, lost or damaged.

Principles of Deter, Detect, Delay, Respond and Recover in combination of physical and procedure security measures can achieve the outcome that your organisation is looking for.

Contact us to discuss your needs and whether we can provide assistance in your CCTV and Electronic Access Control design or implementation.

Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) implementation ensures that organisations have taken necessary steps to minimise physical security risks to an organisation's resources, while also ensuring organisation's incorporate protective security requirements into the planning, selection, design and modification of their facilities.

  • CCTV Design and Implementation
  • Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection System
  • Archivers and Backup Servers of Surveillance Systems
  • End to End delivery of packages