Security Dynamics to Expand Consulting Services

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

In response to dangerous and escalating terrorist threats directed at both the private and public sectors, Security Dynamics LLC – a counterterrorism and risk management consultancy – is expanding in size and scope, according to Chairman and President Kim E. Petersen. The Florida-based firm's enhanced focus will include intermodal transportation, energy and petrochemical facilities, hotels and the hospitality industry, and schools and universities.

Security Dynamics LLC, a strategic security and risk management advisory firm renowned for its team of counterterrorism and risk management experts, is increasing its global scope of operations in response to rapidly evolving terrorist and criminal threats, it was announced today by Kim E. Petersen, the firm’s Chairman and President.

“In the decade since 9/11, transnational terrorists and criminal organizations have shifted both their targeting and tactics in response to the Global War on Terrorism,” said Petersen. “The private and public sectors are facing an increasingly dangerous and credible threat that is evolving to counter U.S.-led counterterrorism efforts. Security Dynamics is committed to providing our clients with 'best-in-class' assessments of their relative vulnerability to this threat, along with value-engineered crisis preparedness services that effectively mitigate risk to their organizations.” CNN International has described Mr. Petersen as, “one of the leading security and counterterrorism experts in the world”.

Plans include expanding into new countries and recruiting additional security and counterterrorism Subject Matter Experts and Senior Advisors. The firm's professional services include systems engineering; crisis management; business continuity programs; security and regulatory compliance audits; ‘red-cell’ testing; cyber-security; penetration testing; and, training, drills, and exercise programs. Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Security Dynamics LLC has offices in Washington D.C., New York, Los Angeles, London and the Caribbean.

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