The physical security industry is broken. Following major security incidents, we hear about the countless red flags that could’ve been used to anticipate the tragedy. But the pattern keeps repeating.
Advocates are trying to fix the industry by insisting that organizations conduct thorough risk assessments better allocate their resources. And assessing risk is unquestionably valuable.
But it’s a well known secret in the industry that risk assessments are hardly ever read by leadership. That’s because they are static, inflexible snapshots in time that lose relevance as soon as conditions change. It’s like navigating a maze using a Polaroid picture of an arrow for directions.
Quill Security Technology emerged in 2018 when its three co-founders decided to change this by taking a different approach to helping building owners and managers understand and address risks. Here’s the story of Quill Security Technology.
Quill Risk Maps are like a turn-by-turn directions for navigating institutional security risk. They solve the exponential computation problem that renders traditional assessments static and inflexible. Instead Quill has created an evergreen, digital model that reflects every new facility, asset, security measure and threat in real-time.