Chameleon’s security engineering services offer processes and solutions that augment the deployment of people and technologies against threat. Chameleon integrates and upgrades technological applications with human factors into a threat oriented and proactive security framework.
Chameleon applies its proprietary Cyclical Security Engineering Process in the design and configuration of integrated security solutions. The diagram below illustrates this unique engineering process:
Chameleon security engineers begin the cycle by simulating attacks on the protected environment. Theses red team tests allow the Chameleon engineers to understand the adversary’s methods of operations and the current vulnerabilities facing the client.
Chameleon Engineers then assess the findings from the red team tests and come up with a recommended and threat oriented (adversary based) security concept of operation which includes:
- A definition of the Protected Environment in terms of time and space
- The Operational Environment (everyone and everything with access to the protected environment)
- Adversary’s Methods of Operations
- Client’s Security Resources
- Client’s Calculated Risks
- Articulating Specific Suspicion Indicators that the security system will be tasked with detecting.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP) DESIGN
In this phase Chameleon security engineers design policies and procedures for threat mitigation. They define and clearly describe the decision-making process that security professionals have to follow in every incident they face. The SOP is backbone of every security system. Without a clearly defined, proactive and common sense driven procedures every security system will prove ineffective.
In this phase, Chameleon security engineers introduce and integration tools (technology, equipment and systems) in a cost effective manner to enhance the capacity of the security framework to mitigate threats.
In this phase, Chameleon training developers create different training tools to make sure all security professionals have the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their threat mitigation objective training tools may include but not limited to:
- Classroom training
- On-the-job training
- Interactive online training
- Management training
- Tactical training