Because a security breach could pose substantial risk to the health and welfare of thousands of American citizens, those who work in critical infrastructure industries have a duty and moral obligation to keep their staff, visitors, and tenants safe. The term critical infrastructure security refers to the plans and measures in place to secure your organization and mitigate risk of successful attack on your physical or cyber systems. For nearly every industry, this includes counter-terrorism measures to better protect your building, prepare to respond, and recover quickly.
Target hardening is a term that can apply to any building. The idea is to transform the structure to make it look more difficult or unattractive to target. When it comes down to it, there are no buildings that are entirely secure from attack, but there are ways to increase security once you understand how the process works. While each building will provide its own set of challenges, target hardening considers everything from the natural landscape to the number of employees before developing ways to counteract terrorism. Whether your building has received direct threats or you're just looking into how to improve your security, this could very well be the answer you're looking for. We'll look more at how target hardening serves as a way to both prevent attacks and mitigate the damage if they do occur.
The best way to train for combat situations is to provide tactical training. In these situations, having modular shoot houses, breaching doors and training walls gives your training a more realistic feel to it. Kontek provides these tactical items to those who wish to provide real-life training, including the military and police academies. Wall and buildings may be equipped with any type of port, including our ball port, to give you more practice using them while out on the range.