Tegumen Announces Enhanced Executive Risk & Vulnerability Analysis Offering

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Risk specialist Tegumen announces the introduction of the industry’s most advanced and comprehensive executive risk & vulnerability assessment and protective operations review.


Executive Risk Domains

Today's executives and the brands they represent demand new, relevant risk insights and mitigation strategies.

Based on nearly three decades of expertise and innovation in corporate risk mitigation and executive protection, the new service is aimed at corporate leaders, high net-worth individuals and at-risk personnel worldwide. Tegumen’s approach extends beyond the traditional domains of crime and violence, to reflect a broader and more relevant spectrum of risks – one that more accurately portrays the likely targeted and accidental victimization scenarios affecting today’s executives and the brands they represent.

A key innovation is the protective operations review – a cross-functional SWOT analysis of existing security efforts and resources (where present). This in-depth assessment - conducted in coordination with any internal and/or contracted personnel with protective security duties - generates clear and actionable strategies for increasing the value proposition of executive protection efforts, elevating and bridging competencies and resources, and reducing the exposure to identified threats and vulnerabilities.

Filippo Marino, Tegumen founder and managing partner, notes: “Most of today’s executive risks assessments are based on scenarios, protection objectives, and analytical approaches rooted in earlier models, when the industry first imported Secret Service protocols and procedures to the corporate world. We live in a radically different era in terms of threats against executives, personal and brand risks, and our understanding of protective operations objectives, opportunities and value. Tegumen’s assessment is the first of its kind to be based on third-generation Executive Protection principles, encompassing a broad array of risks relevant to the current and evolving security environment.”

In addition, Tegumen’s approach fulfills the IRS requirements as an independent study set forth in Title 26, CFR, Treasury Regulation Section 1.132-5, related to executive security expenditures. The service supplements and complements existing enterprise practices, whether these leverage internal resources or third-party providers, by creating an independent and holistic foundation for managing executive risk and protective operations, and enhancing this function within the corporate risk mitigation portfolio.

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