Security Consultancy

Every kind of professional solutions related to security needs to be implemented instantly according to the conditions of the day.

  • Building entry-exit turnstile solutions,
  • Barrier systems,
  • Early warning and emergency notification system,
  • Fire detection and extinguishing systems,
  • Motion and status-sensing CCTV solutions,
  • System integrations and facility management systems,
  • Security solutions risk analysis, project planning, operation management, training, and audits.


In new and existing buildings, factories, and all kinds of campuses, design, sizing, procurement, and integration, including project planning, are carried out according to customer and field needs.

During the operational phase after installation, continuity can be ensured with maintenance, repair, and on-site service.

All systems can be managed through the Ergosis ZEUS software platform and reporting needs can be met in an integrated manner.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Preparation of detailed security report, creation of risk analysis, and presentation of protection alternatives.
  • Level determination of security employee, determination of criteria for new employees related to the security position, conducting interviews, and evaluating the educational levels of existing employee.
  • Creation or revision of relevant job descriptions for all security positions.
  • Review of security operation procedures, updating relevant sections as needed, and coordination with departments related to this issue.
  • Conducting risk assessments based on the developing conditions of the day and the activity density of the facility, informing authorities, and supervising the implementation of measures to be taken based on the evaluations.
  • Continuous research on technological and other security alternatives that can be applied in the facility, continuous monitoring of systems applied in similar projects, including internationally, and informative activities.
  • Participation in technical meetings with security-related units at certain intervals, expressing opinions, and addressing any issues encountered or identified.
  • Coordination of security units in advance, organizing theoretical and practical training sessions twice a month, and organizing trial works including audits or scenarios four times a month, informing management of deficiencies observed.
  • Answering management’s security-related questions.
  • Monthly reporting of all these activities.
  1. Focusing on Combatting Primary Risks: The majority of our effort is focused on primary risks, and the remaining part is focused on secondary risks. This approach ensures an effective security system without losing its effectiveness.
  2. Creating Security Circles: At points classified as sensitive and high-risk, appropriate numbers of security circles should be established based on the placement of security employee and equipment.
  3. Dynamic, Effective Security System: Our main principle is not to wait for an event to happen and then take action but to prevent incidents. This approach is the most crucial element in designing an effective security system. The system must be alert and sensitive at all times, capable of taking action by diagnosing suspicious situations (such as appearance and behavioral disorders), and equipped to act immediately to eliminate or confirm suspicion.
  4. Use of Deterrence Element: Our goal is to deter potential attackers from planning or carrying out criminal or terrorist acts. The potential attacker must conduct comprehensive studies such as information gathering, planning, and execution of the attack. The measures taken show the potential attacker that the risk he takes is very high, and the chance of success is very low.
  5. Protecting Alarm and Detection Status: The process of protecting the alarm and detection status is achieved through motivation, training, practical and control programs for security employees defined in the job description.
  6. Integration of the Security System with the Daily Work Program: Adjusting the security program to the project’s specific structure and making the security system an integral part of it enables this integration. The security system becomes a “customer service” without losing its effectiveness.
  7. Control, Audit, Implementation: The success of a security system is measured only by its ability to prevent, prevent, and respond effectively to incidents. If a system is not properly controlled, audited, or implemented, it is impossible to determine whether the system is adequate or whether it can respond effectively to an emergency. Our competent and experienced audit teams undertake the 24-hour active monitoring task independently of the projects they have undertaken. Relevant findings and observations are reported to the employer and the company in writing.

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