US companies and other entities should take strong precautions against the insider threat
– Overseas Security Advisory Council
When setting up valuable operations in Asia, security must be a priority. Security measures set by headquarters abroad may not be effectively implemented by local staff, putting your workers and other assets at risk, especially when using third-party suppliers. Local competitors, criminals, and even your own employees stand to profit from theft of your physical and intellectual assets. A report by the Overseas Security Advisory Council in particular notes that “US companies and other entities should take strong precautions against the insider threat”.
CBI has worked with multinationals’ own facilities and third-party suppliers to ensure that vulnerabilities are successfully identified and addressed. Our skilled team of auditors have prevented thefts of prototypes, provided training to security managers, and discovered issues such as diversion and overproduction in legitimate supply chains. We have provided security details for executives visiting the region and extracted corporate hostages.
Our Security and Incident Response services include:
- Site Security Audits and Training
- Supply Chain Investigations and Surveillance
- Vulnerability and Penetration Testing
- Incident Management and Threat Response
- Travel and Event Security Assessment
- Incident Reporting Hotline Management