Civerex can support threat and vulnerability assessments conducted by host nation partners (COTRs) via setup of its CiverMind™ 3D free-form-search Knowledgebase as a one-stop-shop platform capable of consolidating Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) methods, tools, and knowledge for use by assessors and trainers.
Each CIP process starts with buildup of country profiles, incident logs, terrorist group listings and weapons-in-use within the host nation and surrounding countries, plus the addition of various assessment standards (e.g., national critical infrastructure protection categories and protocols, BPATS, Emergency Response to Terrorism, CMMC, ERG).
Civerex’s unique R-R-R (Readiness, Resilience, Recovery) process uses the Resource-Based View (RBV) method and proprietary tools at strategy development and operational level workflow/workload management platforms that are capable of hosting tens of thousands of data points at 30-50 or more entities, each with 100-1000 + nodes and 10-50 data elements per node form, all at one computer screen.
R-R-R can be used across the entire spectrum of CIP activity: assessments and protocol development, training, and event/incident management.
Assessments & Protocol Development
COTRs can use CiverMind to design an R-R-R set of protocols from a starting position of inventorying host nation assets (infrastructure, resources), then subjecting each knowledgebase cluster to threat assessments, vulnerabilities, and remediation.
Readiness protocols are hardened to a state of Resilience by modelling rollouts of protocols that focus on early detection, avoidance, mitigation, counteraction, event/incident management and Recovery protocols.
COTR trainers can use CiverMind, in conjunction with CiverIncident™, to accommodate group and individual IP specialist training via real-time modelling facilities for responses to a full range of threats.
Host nation IP event/incident managers can use CiverMind, in conjunction with CiverIncident, as a Command & Control Centre.
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