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  • Corporate Security and Risk Management

    We are all faced with internal and external factors that contribute to risks in different ways. Understanding and managing these risks is the foundation of good security work.

    Security Risk Management is about proactive security.  It aims to develop, document and implement controls and routines for protecting organisation assets, including information. It is about protecting future interests strongly linked to company critical assets, including information, staff, property and facilities.

    Operative security risks are part of company total risk management. Consequently, it is of key importance to understand which company assets and core values need protecting, what threatens them and what can be done to protect them.

    Risk management works by identifying, analyzing and remedying risks. Followed up by making sure security procedures are strictly observed.

    If risk management is to work effectively, it must be integrated into company strategy, leadership, management, planning and reporting.

    Travel Risk Management

    Travel Risk Management

    This concerns reducing risks and creating safety when travelling to and from business centres in high-risk areas.

    A large part of safety work relies on thorough preparation. This includes identifying the threats and flaws that exist, providing adequate training and equipment to prevent accidents and acting correctly should an accident occur.

    We offer:

    • Travel risk management
    • Training and education on how to behave in risk environments
    • On-site support in risk environments
    • Intelligence reports
    • On-site support

    Security planning

    Security planning

    Security planning for technical and physical security

    • Security planning
    • Integrated security system design and engineering
    • Security system procurement and implementation assistance
    • Security standards development and peer review

    Crisis Management

    Crisis Management

    Crisis management

    A company needs a crisis organisation able to handle crises caused by negative incidents that might affect business.

    In event of crisis, it is essential to take into account company needs, ambitions and conditions

    Good crisis management creates safety, confidence and preparedness when circumstances become critical.



    By analysing the present situation and future needs we can assess what capability exists and what needs to be added.

    Based on this analysis, we can create the necessary governing documents to describe the crisis management organisation and support it in its work.

    The company (or organization) management group needs to be staffed by company personnel, because these are positions of trust.

    Once in place, the crisis management group needs to be trained and fully prepared for their work.

    Crisis management group communications need to be started in parallel, to ensure effective alarm routes, clear delegation of responsibilities and action required.

    Once the crisis management group has acquired the necessary knowledge, it is time for crisis drill– from simple training exercises to demanding operations.

    Trying out new crises routines in a training environment, where mistakes will have no serious consequences, provides valuable insights.

    Once this essential knowledge is in place the crisis group will possess genuine capability, which can then be maintained.



    Social trends in terms of crime have changed during the past decade.  In recent times, crimes such as blackmail, data hacking and fraud have increased significantly. According to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå), reported cases of fraud have increased by 155% over the last ten years. These types of crime can be particularly damaging for the organisations affected and can mean significant financial losses and increased exposure to risk. The police lack the resources to investigate such crime, which creates an increased need for internal investigative abilities and a higher demand for private investigation services.

    2Secure offers investigative services within the fields of Compliance & Investigations and Forensic Technology Solutions. These services include the investigation of:

    • Bribery and corruption
    • Embezzlement
    • Fraud
    • Intellectual Property (IP) theft and actual property theft
    • Hidden bugging/tapping
    • Sustainability issues
    • Crimes against life and health, freedom and peace
    • Sexual crimes

    It is important to establish the objective prior to an investigation. Means for this include identification of vulnerabilities, forming an opinion on damage outcomes, creating a basis for personal legal action and strengthening available proof before reporting to law enforcement authorities.

    2Secure recruits many of its employees from the legal system, and possesses a considerable understanding of how a qualified investigation should be set up and operated in order to achieve the intended aims.

    Event security

    Event security

    Events are complex operations that require knowledge and good planning. It is essential for security, health and safety planning to be an integral part of total event organisation. And for security planning to begin at the same time as all other planning activities.

    Security planning and work should be characterised by the following key words:

    • Analysis – what could happen and the potential consequences
    • Ability to act – key individuals have the correct information, competence and resources needed to do their job
    • Business continuity – the entire organisation can continue to function, despite any occurrence of unforeseen events


    2Secure will coordinate security for major events, including:

    • Cooperation between the police, emergency services, organiser and the arena
    • Ensure physical boundaries are in place between different areas of responsibility
    • Obtaining the required permits from the authorities
    • Security coordination in respect of project manager for the arena, event office, organiser, restaurant, artists, etc.
    • Evacuation plan with emergency exits and flow of general public
    • Security for artists, athletes, celebrities and the general public
    • Provision of qualified medical resources, registered nurses and doctors, and own ambulances