Risk and Threat Assessment
Risk and Threat Assessment
There is strengths and weaknesses; threats and vulnerabilities of every organization’s security system. These issues tend to be those of the same at national and global levels; crime and criminology tend to have an impact on it. Denny’s is a worldwide corporation that has franchises that have rented their names to continue to run the establishments as well as acquiring three different corporate level restaurants located in South Carolina. These restaurants tend to have higher security levels in their units rather than the franchises because they are allowed to choose the way that they run them just as long as the bills are paid and the name brand is not changed by any source. The number of restaurants out sourced is close to 600 different restaurants ranging from the Countries of New Zealand to Honduras to The United States, (Denny’s, 1953, p. 2). Denny’s is a chain of restaurants that take pride in aggressively pursuing innovation to support long-term, sustainable goals, (Denny’s, 1953, p. 5). Denny’s success lives by providing great food, great service every time and in order to achieve this goal their needs to be a high level of security. The security level should be assessed quarterly to find strengths and weaknesses; threats and vulnerabilities to all of their appropriate assets that would include the entire team all over the nation. Ultimately the risk assessment needs to be one of the first priorities that are taken to effectively run these restaurants with out failure. All of the units within Denny’s provide a digital security camera system that allows them to retrieve information as far back as six months prior to an incident. This allows the management staff to watch any kind of criminal moves that take place whether it is theft of an employee or a guest that may be visiting the restaurant. The security cameras also give the employees and guests’ assurance of safety, which is nice because it proves that they are proactive with preparedness in which too many companies refuse to do usually because of short- term financial loss and not thinking about the long- term financial gain. They also provide the entire staff with security identification numbers/passwords to ensure privacy and security of their financial transactions that they complete throughout the days. This is also provided to those who do not have access to cash to avoid theft of payroll, (Denny’s, 1953, p. 4). Instead of an employee using their numbers manually they should require he or she to use swipe badges that are assigned to he or she for clocking in/out, accessing the POS system as well as cashing people out of the system, (Denny’s, 1953, p. 4). The company requires that the staff members all wear the same uniforms to ensure the show of consistency with who is and is not an employee. This also is a standard for management so that the management staff stands out from everyone else and the guests understand by entering the establishment that there is a form of leadership that exists. This provides positive perception for deterring some disruptive behavior based upon creating a uniform environment to the eye. Perception is the reality with impressions when comes to most aspects of life and leadership is important when securing the facility that people work in. Denny’s strongly encourages the aspect of leadership by example and providing a safe, comfortable work environment for all their employees. They encourage this to be practiced at all times. Meetings are held every other month in most units to ensure that the staff members are up- to -date with all the changes in operations that may arise along with monthly in store Management meetings held by the general manager as well as monthly general management meetings held by the area director. This ensures consistency within the restaurant. The only problem that exists with this is that the upper management outside of GM...
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