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A proper security plan outlines the measures and controls that are in place to protect an organization or individual's assets, including their people, property, and information. It is a crucial part of any organization's risk management strategy, as it helps to ensure that the organization is prepared to deal with potential threats and vulnerabilities. Our team of experts can help clients review and develop their security plans to ensure that they are comprehensive, effective, and up-to-date. This includes identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities, assessing the likelihood and impact of those risks, and recommending controls and measures to mitigate them. Our team can then project manage any measures required to bolster the clients security plan.


Gladius International's executive team represents a diversity of skills and knowledge, from on the ground operations and logistics, to a deep understanding of business and finance. Utilizing a scope of available services and assets, Gladius is able to assist clients explore and define long standing strategies for business and personal development. We have worked with clients through major mergers, residence relocations, corporate espionage, and OCONUS business expansion. Gladius is able to mitigate potential risks associated within major decision making processes


A detailed vulnerability assessment can provide a number of benefits to a potential client, and more often than not serves to outline the baseline for security plans and operations to stem from. These benefits may include:

  1. Identifying vulnerabilities: A vulnerability assessment can help clients identify vulnerabilities in their current security systems and processes, which can be exploited by potential attackers. This can include vulnerabilities in physical security systems, such as locks and cameras, as well as vulnerabilities in cyber security systems, such as software and network vulnerabilities.

  2. Assessing risk likelihood and impact: A vulnerability assessment can also help clients assess the likelihood and impact of potential vulnerabilities. This can help clients prioritize which vulnerabilities to address first, based on the potential impact of a successful attack.

  3. Recommending risk management strategies: Based on the assessment of risk likelihood and impact, a vulnerability assessment can recommend strategies and controls to mitigate vulnerabilities. This may include implementing controls to reduce the likelihood of a vulnerability being exploited, or developing contingency plans in case a vulnerability is exploited.

  4. Enhancing security: By identifying and addressing vulnerabilities, a client can enhance the overall security of their organization and reduce the risk of incidents or breaches.


As a risk management firm, we are able to work with clients to project manage any hardening to their current location and/or security plan based on the findings of the vulnerability assessments. This may involve working with the client to implement recommended controls and measures, such as updating software or implementing new physical security measures. We can also provide guidance and support throughout the process to ensure that the hardening efforts are successful and effective, including the vetting process of all contractors used on the project.

Crisis Management and Response



Keith Evans, Deputy Director of Executive Services

Gavin Gumbinner

Director of Executive Services

To be prepared in the case of an emergency, we work with our clients to ensure their home, office, school, church, etc, have the essential plans, procedures, training, and resources to respond to any event.



  • Vulnerability Assessments

  • Personal and Corporate Training

  • Asset Retrieval & Transport

  • Kidnap & Randsoms

  • Security Plan Development

  • Strategic Planning & Guidance

  • Project Management & Logistics

  • Austere Environment Navigation & Exfiltration

  • Preparedness Plan Development

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