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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

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GeneralSecurity Risk Assessment
 
 ASIS INTERNATIONALGUIDELINES COMMISSION
The ASIS International Guidelines Commission was established inearly 2001 by ASIS International (ASIS) in response to a concertedneed for guidelines regarding security issues in the United States. Asthe preeminent organization for security professionals worldwide,ASIS has an important role to play in helping the private sector protectbusiness and critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks. WhereasASIS previously had chosen not to promulgate guidelines and standards,the events of 9/11 brought to the forefront the need for a professionalsecurity organization to spearhead this initiative. By addressing specificconcerns and issues inherent to the security industry, security guidelineswill better serve the needs of security professionals by increasing theeffectiveness and productivity of security practices and solutions, aswell as enhance the professionalism of the industry.
Mission Statement of the ASIS Guidelines Commission
To advance the practice of security through the development of riskmitigation guidelines within a voluntary, non-proprietary, and con-sensus-based process utilizing to the fullest extent possible theknowledge, experience, and expertise of ASIS membership and thesecurity industry.
Goals and Objectives
Assemble and categorize a database of existing security-relatedguidelinesInvolve/organize ASIS Councils to support guidelinesDevelop and sustain alliances with related organizationsDevelop methodology for identifying recommended guidelinesIdentify and develop methodology for development, documentation,and acceptance of guidelinesProduce national consensus-based guidelines in cooperation withother industries and the Security Industry Standards Council
Functions
Assignment of guideline committee(s)Approve membership on guideline committees(s)Determine/select guidelines for development and assign scopeEstablish guideline projects to develop security guidelinesAct as a correlating body to effectively manage and integrateguidelines from various ASIS Councils and security disciplinesMonitor, revise, and update ASIS’ Glossary of TermsReview and monitor projects and project guideline developmentApprove Final Draft GuidelinesAdjudicate appealsSelect guidelines for submission to the Security Industry StandardsCouncil for accreditation as American National Standards
 
 
An ASIS International Guideline
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I. Title ......................................................................................................................................II. Revision History......................................................................................................................III. Commission Members............................................................................................................3 IV. Keywords................................................................................................................................3 V. Guidelines Designation...........................................................................................................3 VI. Scope......................................................................................................................................3 VII. Summary of Guideline............................................................................................................3 VIII. Purpose...................................................................................................................................3 IX. Terminology............................................................................................................................4 X. Recommended Practice Advisory...........................................................................................6 XI. Information Sources for Determining Loss Risk Events.........................................................7 XII. References/Bibliography.........................................................................................................7 XIII. Appendices.............................................................................................................................9 XIV. Commentary ...........................................................................................................................9 APPENDIX I: Qualitative Approach................................................................................................11APPENDIX II: Quantitative Approach.............................................................................................16 

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