Integrated Security Solutions

Integrated Security Solutions

A safe condition is one of the basic needs of a business entity. From office centers in urban areas, factories and warehouses in industrial areas, to upstream oil and gas facilities located in rural areas, a smooth operation will be determined by how effective business entities can prevent disruptions originating from security threats.

These threats can come in many forms, from acts of sabotage, fraud, to theft.

An effective and efficient security solution is needed to prevent security threats and mitigate their impact, so that you can focus on your company’s operations without worrying about the security risks that can occur.

Man, Machine, & Method

When we’re discussing security solutions, the first thing that may come to mind are security guards.

Yes, security guards are one example of a man-based security.

Quoting the Regulation of the National Police of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4 of 2020 concerning Private Security, security guards perform limited non-judicial police functions that carry out security in organizing private security in their work environment.

Security guards, which was formed more than 40 years ago, certainly has an important role in security solutions to this day. (link ke artikel Serba-Serbi Satpam)

In addition, there are also machine-based security elements. The simplest example is CCTV. 

Starting from Dome CCTV, Turret CCTV, PTZ CCTV, to IPTV Camera, various types of CCTV are currently available for various security needs. Real-time connection via the internet also makes it easy for users to be able to monitor anywhere and anytime.

The last is to complete the security system that is combining human-based and machine-based. We must also have clear security procedures or methods so that the security system can be implemented properly.

Integration is Key

At Nawakara, security elements based on Security Risk Assessment (SRA), human/person (man-based), machine/technology (machine-based), and security systems monitored through the Command Center, are a unit called Integrated Security Solutions, where these elements complement each other. 

The advantage of machine-based security such as CCTV is consistent monitoring. CCTV can monitor continuously for 24 hours in 7 days, can adjust to light levels (with a night vision feature), can be placed both indoors and outdoors, and can cover a large area. However, the shortcomings of CCTV are in its real time response. CCTV can perform sophisticated monitoring, but the response to a security disturbance must still be carried out by people-based security elements such as security guards.

In addition, active security activities such as gathering information from the surrounding environment and fostering relationships with stakeholders must also be carried out by security personnel such as security guards.

So it can be concluded that the integration between people and machine-based security elements is key in creating an effective and efficient security solution.

How Integrated Security Solutions Works

Preventing security threats through Integrated Security Solutions is done through several stages–-from assessment, security concept development, to the implementation of the security operation itself and monitoring through the command center.

Security Risk Assessment

The first step in implementing Integrated Security Solutions is Security Risk Assessment (SRA).

The key question in SRA is what security risks that may appear, so that the risk can be identified and calculated, and the security mitigation is really in accordance with the needs.

This is important to do at the beginning because each security object has different risk and threat characteristics. Security needs at a cigarette factory with high supply chain traffic located in an industrial area will certainly be much different from gold mining in a remote area adjacent to residential areas.

Stakeholder mapping is also part of SRA, where social and cultural factors are also calculated in the preparation of the security system/concept.

Security System or Concept

Once the SRA stage is complete, the next step is to determine the effective security systems and concepts to be applied to the object.

By considering the risks that arise in the SRA, consultants at Nawakara can recommend a blend of people-based and machinery-based security elements to then determine a clear security procedure or method, so that later we can also find the things that should be given more security attention or even when to respond. Nawakara will look at security technology models and explain the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies according to the needs of the client. Later, we will also see changes in the risk level after the recommendations have been made.

Command Center

The center of an Integrated Security Solutions lies in the Command Center, which can monitor 24 hours in 7 days, real time.

The Command Center functions to monitor secured objects continuously and perform early detection of suspicious activities and threats and then determine prevention steps before causing a security incident. When there is a trigger for a security disturbance, the Command Center can coordinate with various stakeholders, for example the local Police to deploy the Fast Response Unit.

Choosing Nawakara Integrated Security Solutions

As a trusted security company in Indonesia, Integrated Security Solutions from Nawakara is the right partner for your business.

With an initial Security Risk Assessment (SRA) approach, we can identify objects that are vulnerable to security threats from both inside and outside the company. Previously unknown risks can then become calculated risks.

Integrated services from man, machine, and method security elements to its integration with the Command Center, can also facilitate your business processes. Your company can be effectively protected from security threats.

Contact us to find out more about Integrated Security Solutions that can be implemented in your business. (link ke contact us)


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