Risk Management

To protect against criminal threats such as corruption, burglary, theft, assault, espionage, reputational damage and other events, it is important that companies implement risk and security management. This ensures the stability of business processes.

360° Risk analysis

Assess vulnerabilities

360 risk analysis
Supply Chains
Employees & Service Providers
Business Travel

Recognize and correctly assess security risks in companies.

Our offer ranges from the creation of a 360° risk analysis to the specific assessment of identified threats. 

We analyze the possible dangers and evaluate the probability of occurrence. On this basis, fields of action and corresponding recommendations arise that give you a sound basis for your decisions.

Identification of critical assets and processes

Identification of relevant hazards

Assessment of the probability of occurrence

Estimation of the possible extent of damage using business impact analysis (BIA)

Identification of risks requiring treatment and development of a treatment strategy

Specific risk analyses

We also identify potential issues in specific areas of your business.

Local infrastructure

Review of company locations, construction sites and projects including analysis of accommodations, routes and hotels.

Incident and emergency management

Review of existing incident and emergency management processes.

Current threat environment

Visualization of dangers in the country, region and city in a risk map as well as assessment of future developments.

Human Terrain Mapping

Assessment of potential conflicts due to geographical, social and cultural factors (local populations, culture, language, religion and tradition).

Travel risk management

Early detection and monitoring of critical events for the security of business travelers and project staff.

Cyber threats

Assessment of potential vulnerabilities and the current threat level.

Reputational risks

Assessment of internal and external factors that may affect the company's reputation.

Supply chains/logistics

Identifying of potential transportation and delivery vulnerabilities, supply chain failures, theft or damage to goods, quality defects or regulatory violations.

Our methodology

We draw on a wide range of resources, including publicly available information, specific databases and trusted individuals who have local knowledge and contacts.
Our experienced security experts conduct a 360-degree analysis aimed at taking into account all security-related factors:
4D model

1. Data Information and facts available
will be taken into account. 

2. Thinking Cognitive processes and
decision making structures guide the analysis.

3. Dynamics Changes and developments,
that affect risk are an inherent part of the analysis.

4. Durability Development of long-term observation systems for the dynamic perception of risks and opportunities. 

On this basis we can offer our customers
a comprehensive security concept tailored to their specific needs.

“The 4D model allows us to paint a detailed picture of the existing circumstances and risks.”  

Sebastian Reis
MBA Security & Safety Management


case study armor
Case Study

Security strategy for innovative armaments newcomer

An aspiring startup in the defense sector had to demonstrate a security concept in order to win a government contract. Our consultants were commissioned by the company and initially prepared a comprehensive risk analysis. Given the innovative technology that was developed by the customer, a very high risk of industrial espionage was identified.

As a result of the risk analysis, a security strategy was developed for the company and tailor-made measures were derived and implemented. The company received the government contract and was able to successfully assert itself against established competitors in the market.

Case study truck manufacturer
Case Study

Optimization of the safety strategy at truck trailer manufacturers

After a truck trailer manufacturer was affected by serious theft on its premises, it commissioned Result Group to carry out a risk and vulnerability analysis. The analysis revealed that the existing security concept was inadequate for the company, which had grown over the years.

Particular attention was paid to the significant dependence on two special systems in the company, which the management was also not aware of. An outage lasting several days could have had a significant impact on contractual obligations. As a result, a new Business Continuity Management (BCM) concept was created and security was increased through a comprehensive concept.

Skip to content