Risk Assessment Company Announces New, Easy To Use, Risk-Pro© Software Applications for Security Risk Assessments.

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This new software solution for security risk assessments uses real numbers to assess threats, recommends the best protective controls, and prioritizes security expenditures. The new Risk-Pro software is a fast, inexpensive way to get automated risk assessments on your laptop, tablet, or even smart phone, designed by risk expert Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton and based on the latest regs for hospitals, facilities, IT security and workplace violence standards and regs. This new app is accurate, affordable and includes the latest global threat statistics and writes the reports for you.

Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton, announced a new software application, Risk-Pro©, focused on fast, easy security risk assessments. The program is tailored for organizations who want to manage security risk and is built to be affordable.

These new, simple risk application solutions automatically analyze security risk and compliance levels in a variety of organizations including hospitals, corporate facilities, high rises, banks, credit unions, and IT systems.

The web 2.0 program, Risk-Pro©, includes full threat databases, and automated web-surveys based on security requirements for Joint Commission, FEMA 426 and 428, HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules, IAHSS guidelines and OSHA requirements.

David Fullerton, Director of International Security for the Shergroup USA, an international security company, said, “Risk & Security’s new solutions are built to meet the needs of organizations wanting to manage security risk in a standardized form, instead of just by ad hoc observations. The shift toward adding metrics into the site survey process is one that creates immediate value by reducing the cost of security elements, and making overall security threats and controls, easier to manage.”

The new simple Risk-Pro© applications run on a PC, laptop, netbook, tablet or smart phone and the simple flexible model of risk includes thousands of threat combinations that can automatically analyze threat-risk environments and accurately predict and automatically recommend controls based on a set of three major security elements.

The Risk-Pro© model has been used for easy software applications with the Department of Defense and over fifty private companies. Current applications include Hospital Security Risk Assessments, including Joint Commission, Life Safety, OSHA, Environment of Care, IAHSS Guidelines and the Centers for Missing and Exploited Children standards; HIPAA Compliance Rules for Privacy and Security including the HIPAA standards from NIST 800-66, and the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Civil Rights (HHS-OCR) and Breach notification standards including the new 2012 HIPAA Rules.

Also available are versions for Violence Prevention, Facilities & Corporate Security Assessments including FEMA Standards on How to Protect Facilities from Terrorism, the latest National Infrastructure Protection Plan, and new DOD Guidelines. There is also a full Workplace Violence Prevention Program based on the new OSHA standards for high-risk organizations.

About Risk & Security LLC

Risk & Security LLC is a security risk assessment and risk analysis company with over 50 years of combined expertise in security risk. It specializes in consulting on risk assessment projects and global application development of risk solutions. Risk & Security partners with security companies around the world to provide state-of-the-art security expertise to analyze risk and recommend cost-effective countermeasures.

The team of risk and security experts is led Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton, who has conducted more than 200 specialized security risk assessments in a variety of environments, including companies in the United States and around the world, including Abu Dhabi, Thailand, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia.

For more information: caroline(at)riskandsecurityllc.com or

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