"Helping Our Client's Protect Their Assets and Manage Potential Risk"
Noble Guard Security PCSC is a Physical & Cyber Security Consultant that provides consultation to help our clients determine the scope and effectiveness of their existing security, emergency and disaster response infrastructure and where necessary offers guidance in the areas of process, systems, personnel, and facilities.
Noble Guard Security's core values are duty, honor, integrity, and personal courage. We continually conduct research in the field of physical security and intelligence gathering to provide our customers with up to date information on security issues and products.
Our mission is to partner with businesses and organizations to provide protection for their people, information and assets.
Emergency Response: We provide guidance on creating an emergency response plan, emergency communication procedures, and emergency response team training. We can also provide support during emergency situations, such as natural disasters, active shooter incidents, or other crises.
Disaster Mitigation: We provide advice on how to identify and mitigate potential risks and hazards, such as natural disasters, terrorist attacks, or other incidents that could cause significant harm to people or property.
Physical Security: We help organizations assess risk and tackle security challenges by evaluating potential risks, giving recommendations for improving safety and security at facilities,, design comprehensive security plans, or training managers and employees on security awareness.
Cyber Security: We offer specialized expertise in cyber attack detection and remediation and providing guidance on compliance with industry and government regulations for IT, OT and Cloud security.
Criminal Threats: We provide advice on identifying and assessing criminal threats to an organization or individual, as well as strategies for reducing the risk of victimization.
Personal Safety: We provide guidance on personal safety strategies, such as situational awareness, avoiding dangerous situations, and self-defense techniques.
Self-Defense Classes: We provide training on how to defend oneself physically and mentally against an attacker, including techniques for hand-to-hand combat, weapon defense, and avoidance strategies.
Firearms Training: We provide training on the safe and effective use of firearms for personal protection, including proper handling, maintenance, and storage.
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Companies that must maintain regulatory compliance such as FedRAMP, NIST 800-53, CIS Controls, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) STIGs, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS)ISO 27001, Privacy Shield Framework, National Information Assurance Program (NIAP) and Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Star are required to perform audits as well as those requiring cyber security insurance coverage.
A security assessment is an audit of an organization’s security posture. It is a systematic and independent examination of an organization’s security measures, policies, and procedures to determine whether they are adequate to protect against potential threats and vulnerabilities. Security assessments are appropriate for any business that manage assets, process identifying information or service the general public.
Failing to perform a security audit can increase the risk of security breaches and vulnerabilities, which can have serious consequences for a company, including financial losses, regulatory violations, and damage to reputation. Fines can range from $5,000 to $100,000 per month depending on the size of the organization and scope of security breach.
Hiring a security consultant can provide organizations with specialized expertise, objectivity, cost-effectiveness, time-saving, and improved security posture. Review by an external security agency provides an unbiased assessment of a company's real-time vulnerability management, detection and response capabilities.
While physical security and cyber security may seem quite different, they are often closely related and can work together to provide comprehensive protection. For example, a building’s physical security measures, such as cameras and guards, may be connected to a computer network that is protected by cyber security measures, such as firewalls and antivirus software.
The specific frequency of security audits will depend on a variety of factors, including the size and complexity of the organization, the type of data and systems being protected, and the level of risk that the organization is willing to accept. Ultimately, it is important for organizations to regularly review and assess their security posture in order to ensure that they are adequately protected against potential threats and vulnerabilities.
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We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:
Penetration Testers (Red Team)
Network Engineers (Blue Team)
Executive Protection (Body Guards)
Site Security (Security Guards)