Assessing Vulnerabilities Using the CAIRA Methodology

In order to accomplish its primary function or reason for being, every organization must protect personnel and critical assets from all hazards. A Critical Asset and Infrastructure Risk Analysis enables you to quantifiably measure vulnerability and risk.


In order to accomplish its primary function or reason for being, every organization must protect personnel and critical assets from all hazards, both natural and man-made. You must first accept the fact that not all risks can be avoided and some level of risk remains no matter how many...


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In order to accomplish its primary function or reason for being, every organization must protect personnel and critical assets from all hazards, both natural and man-made. You must first accept the fact that not all risks can be avoided and some level of risk remains no matter how many countermeasures are in place. The Critical Asset and Infrastructure Risk Analysis (CAIRA) methodology enables you to quantifiably measure vulnerability and risk, prioritize recommended countermeasures, prioritizes facilities, and compare cost and countermeasure effectiveness. Most importantly, CAIRA lets the customer know how vulnerable the asset is, what to do to reduce the vulnerability, how effective the recommendations will be in reducing the vulnerability, and at what cost.