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Safety and Security

Cyber Security. Physical Security. Health and Safety

Safety and Security


We know that industry and society are increasingly dependent on information and communication technologies (ICT).  These technologies and platforms are central to business and to competitive advantage.  With every leap forward, our dependance exposes us to risks at all levels, malicious or otherwise, affecting individuals, organizations and wider society. The Safety and Security of our systems is a priority and we recognise threats come from physical breaches, cyber vulnerabilities and the standards of health and safety being upheld in any project.  Avernco is proud to be able to offer a wide range of training, interventions and services providing reassurance and high standards.  Our approach encourages everyone across all aspects of ICT to consider how their work can reduce, manage or avoid risks while still realizing the benefits of technology.

We know your priorities will naturally involve a strong contribution from cybersecurity  expert practioners, but should also extend well beyond this dimension to encompass all aspects of safe and secure ICT - such as reliability, robustness and maintainability with a common goal of reducing long term risks associated with technology through ICT provision.

Clearly, the design phase is the best time for teams to consider the relative costs implied by different systems. Viewing the options on configuration, systems and equipment in this broader context will esure all of the puzzle pieces are in the correct places.

After architectural and operational considerations have been addressed, our team is able to assess a wide array of options in core security technologies: CCTV, access control, motion detectors and other systems that can be integrated for maximum facility protection. The rapid development of the technologies and the changing environment of real and perceived threats means teams must be more attuned to security decisions in up-front project planning. The key is to consider the unique needs of each project type.