Physical Security Penetration Testing
and Security Audit

Think Your Building is Secure? Think Again.

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Protect your business with a Physical Security AuditThe Security of Your Sensitive Information Depends on the Physical Security of Your Facilities

Just like the company vice president quoted in the video above, most business owners, CEOs, CFOs, executives and even IT professionals think their building is secure. They're more concerned with external threats, but what they don't think about is the fact that their physical building may be opening them up to serious attacks, such as:

How a Security Audit and Physical Security Penetration Testing Can Help

Whether you choose to have an audit of your physical security (handled remotely), or would actually like Mike to come out and perform physical security penetration testing (like in the video above), you will:

A Physical Security Audit can prevent theft in your organization

Meet Mike Foster, The Foster Institute's Crime Scene Investigator Team

The Physical Security Audit of your facilities is performed by Mike Foster and his team. His primary goal is to help prevent you and your organization from becoming a victim of crime.

The Lead Crime Scene Investigator qualifications include:

  • More than ten years of crime scene investigation experience.
  • More than 2,100 cases investigated related to crime scenes.
  • Such a high success rate that he has been engaged to provide training to more than 700 participants through 6,000 hours of training.
  • Physical Security Audits for The Foster Institute's clients in order to identify inexpensive solutions to vulnerabilities the clients did not even realize existed.

He possesses in-depth knowledge of:

  • Undercover street level operations
  • Burglary investigation
  • Lock defeating methods
  • Security alarm systems
  • Closed circuit TV video surveillance systems
  • Police response methods
  • Social engineering techniques
  • Corporate environments

Discover how your physical building could be vulnerable to attack—contact the Foster Institute to find out more about a security audit and physical security penetration testing.