With years of experience securing applications in all Sectors, Charter Global understand which solutions work best where.
The approach to protecting a property first necessitates an acknowledgement of the risk and explicit understanding of the performance required. Other considerations include property style and age, planning permissions for alterations, location (for example coastal) and the list continues. Charter Global work closely with professionals throughout the security industry to secure applications across the board, providing both standard and specified solutions to each sector.
Please browse through the sectors below for a closer look at how risks are identified by applications within each sector.
Securing prestigious properties of UHNWI requires a delicate balance of design and security performance. Facing several risks, mitigation requires a clear understanding of the threat, application style and client preference. Multiple considerations require close attention, without compromising on the standard of security.Read more
Museums & Galleries
Logistically, museums and galleries are a security nightmare; essentially storing history’s most precious artefacts in a single building is an invitation for criminal activity. Securing museums and galleries, therefore, requires an understanding of public awareness, architectural considerations and crime organisations.Read more
The transport sector has two main aspects from a physical security point of view; the first being the importance of securing the property, the second being the threat to Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) an attack on public transport service would entail.Read more
One of the most critical elements of a nation’s infrastructure is its ability to provide power. Facilities that are critical to this continuation, as identified by the CPNI, require sophisticated measures of physical security as mitigation against both premeditated assaults and accidental incidents.Read more
As an identified CNI sector, government applications have a complex matrix of risk and specification, with widespread and specific regulations. Risks are considered both a threat to people, property and national infrastructure – and subsequently the nation.Read more
Stadiums & Arenas
Stadiums and arenas by their very nature are designed with weaknesses relating to visibility and reinforcement. Securing large, very large sites is consequently challenging, with physical measures acting as safeguards against terror attack in worst case scenarios.Read more
Risk to the financial institutions and to property that houses the financial services organisation can have differing severity levels. Understanding critical threats versus insignificant attempts is vital to the performance standard protective measures integrated within the structure must be.Read more
From planning permission restrictions to alteration regulations, properties that are under threat from significant risk within the Heritage sector must approach security very shrewdly. Though considerations are restrictive and aesthetic is very important, properties and occupants must be protected.Read more
All forms of educational institutions require security to ensure that staff, students and contents are secure at all times. For schools within high-crime neighbourhoods, good security practice for school zones must protect the children not just from the physical threat, but also from the temptation of crime.Read more
Community buildings are vital to the development of both rural and urban communities throughout the UK. Security measures must not only effectively mitigate malicious attacks, vandalism and other severe risks but protect occupants as an utmost priority.Read more
Commercial applications differ from expansive properties with multiple buildings and entrances to a multi-storey office block with a single car park. Solutions offered by Charter Global are provide tailored to need, style and specifications to secure public safety and property protection.Read more
Theft, vandalism and structural damage are all ongoing concerns for retail premises of all shapes and sizes. Vulnerabilities including glass facades, loading docks and dressing rooms requires a mitigation strategy that can rely on the integrated physical security measures.Read more
Healthcare security is of paramount importance to both the private and public sector. Securing a healthcare facility can be challenging, especially considering the sensitive nature of inpatient care. Security measures further support staff and mitigate the threat of serious incidents.Read more
Modern defence technology is at the forefront of security development, yet even the greatest technological advances alone will not secure a defence facility. Physical security integration is vital for the continued protection of both critically important defence bases.Read more
The exponential growth of data usage has led to data centres being a prime target of theft. The global spread of technology plays an increasingly crucial role in modern society and data centres are at the heart of it all, storing and processing the hundreds of thousands of terabytes of data.Read more
There are two main security considerations when profiling risk for communication applications; does the building itself hold any cultural value and do the contents inside require specified security. Security measures must subsequently mitigate threat to both all considerable.Read more
Laboratories and Pharmaceuticals
An interesting and controversial sector, applications within laboratories and pharmaceuticals face serious incident from both external forces and internal accident. Facing unique risks, specified security solutions are proposed to mitigate a premeditated attack of severity, as well as mitigation of sabotage and espionage.Read more