The Institute’s Security Consultants apply the procedures adopted by the Security Officers of the European External Action Service (EEAS).
Based on this the Security Risk Management consists of eight (8) stages.
Their reports and recommendations will be based on the programme assessment, the threat assessment and the vulnerability assessment. The risk analysis will follow. During this stage decisions will be made based on the deductions provided from the assessments. In addition, mitigations factors will be determined. Finally, from available options, the best possible decision will be made, and it will be implemented.
The Institute’s Security Consultants will subsequently prepare the operational plan and lay down the procedures and contingency plans of operation for the development of the security measures. They will also prepare plans for dealing with unexpected circumstances and consult on other matters, such as managing and protecting classified information.