What is a Vulnerability Audit?
A vulnerability audit is a multi-disciplinary risk assessment to identify current and potential areas of operational weakness and system flaws that could lead to, or exacerbate, crises.
Our vulnerability audit process will help you:
- Identify areas of improvement for planning and training efforts.
- Detect and prevent crises before they can cause significant damage.
- Dramatically enhance response time.
- Correct operational weaknesses.
- Reduce the end cost of crisis situations.
Vulnerability Audit Services
Crisis Document Audits — A review of existing client documents related to crisis preparedness and response, such as crisis communications plans, emergency response policies, disaster plans, etc. This low-cost, flat-rate audit includes creation of a written evaluation with recommendations for improvement.
Executive Session Vulnerability Audits — A single session with the client’s executive team to address organizational vulnerabilities. Upon completion, the consultant prepares a written report of findings and recommendations.
Comprehensive Vulnerability Audits (in-person) — A series of interviews with employees at all levels of the organization and representative members of key external audiences, each conducted in complete confidence. Upon completion, the client will receive a comprehensive audit report to the senior management team.
Comprehensive Vulnerability Audits (survey-based) — The same process as with an in-person audit, but with a time and cost-saving front-end, involving questions delivered via an online survey platform. A demo is available on request.