Corporate Threat and Security – An Intro


Increased interest in holistic corporate security from our clients has inspired us to take our show again on the road! Our clients are tired of the piecemeal approach to business operations, cybersecurity, compliance, hiring, training, etc. They want a comprehensive “playbook” for integrating appropriate measures into day-to-day functions and operations.

We are traveling to provide tailored executive seminars to address these leadership concerns in business operations, physical security, personnel security and cybersecurity. Attached a short presentation derived from recent “brown bag” discussions.

If your company or activity needs assistance understanding how basic security practices can improve business results and performance, please contact us. We are happy to tailor an executive seminar for you brought to you by the best in the business. From there we can discuss what specific areas of interest we can assist you with.

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Relationship of Behavior to Security



Personality-based, or behavioral, assessments help reduce the subjectivity involved when employers only use interview techniques. An accurate personality-based assessment can provide objective insights into key personality traits intrinsically related to workplace dynamics and performance. The insights help key talent functions avoid mistakes related to bias, politics, “gut decisions,” and chance. These types of errors can produce a litany of organizational issues that can devastate business results and compromise security and performance.


Zofia Consulting, working with our 42 Group, leverages taxonomies, psychological profiling, real-time data, and machine learning combined with decision support systems to identify threats to client assets and resources. This unique combination of factors assists our clients in evaluating weaknesses in their systems and also opportunities for engagement and risk mitigation.


When used correctly, behavioral assessments lead to better hires and higher levels of performance, job satisfaction, improved security, morale, and long-term staff retention.

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