Security & Risk Assessment Services
88 Tactical now offers risk assessments. Government agencies, corporations, and even private citizens will benefit from a better understanding of the full spectrum of threats they face (i.e., natural, criminal, terrorist, accidental, etc.), weighed against the impact such events may have on any given facility or location.
The assessments consider both insurance and physical security measures, regardless of industry: corporate headquarters, production facilities, refineries, schools, hospitals, airports, or an executive’s home. Cost and services are tailored according to the client’s needs.
Risk Assessment Methodology
- Identify client’s objectives
- Weigh risk(s) against known and perceived threats
- Define impact, i.e. business continuity (sustain operations) vs business interruption (insurance)
- Options to mitigate threat(s)
- Reevaluate & review adopted practices, procedures, and policies (once shortcomings are addressed)
*Training and 24/7 advisory support to Incident/Emergency Response Teams are additional contracted services
88 Tactical does not sell or install security equipment.
Following a successful 20-year career in some of the military’s top counterterrorist organizations and thereafter in Corporate America as a risk manager, Paul Hein has been selected to head the company’s newest program.
About Paul Hein
After retiring from the military, Paul was responsible for all business functions in Latin America for a US-based security consulting company. As head of insurance-driven asset protection services, where he managed over 300 special security personnel, he assisted in the negotiation and release of six kidnapped expats, disrupted a major extortion ring, and prevented the attempted killing of a country director and his family.
He was later hired as Director of Asset Protection for a major US corporation, where he developed programs to mitigate business interruption due to natural or manmade events. In the first year, he took on additional duties developing and leading the company’s anti-counterfeiting program under the intellectual property department.
In the first six months, programs Paul initiated removed an estimated $4 million worth of counterfeited goods in Asia alone. Since relocating to Omaha, NE, in 2007 Paul has continued to apply his skills and experience supporting US counterinsurgency efforts as a mentor in Iraq, Afghanistan, and more recently, in Africa.
Based on time-tested best practices as well as his real-world experience, Paul’s approach comprehends the interrelated nature of today’s businesses.