Global Security Improvement Programme

Working with a variety of stakeholders towards improving the maturity of the Global Security Function. Following a review of the Global Security Function in partnership with one of the world's foremost consulting firms. Assessment, integration and effective stakeholder engagement were the foundations for Cloudveil to produce a tangible suite of security and risk management products which significantly drove forward the following key strategic objectives:

Improvement security performance through relevant KPI programme


Drive synergies and efficiencies in security costs


Definition an effective de-centralised security organisational structure


Help reduce risk in order to generate platforms for expansion


Protect people and talent whilst at work, home or during travel


Secure assets and property whilst safeguarding reputation and brand image


Define and introduce competencies relevant to a Learning and Development programme

Supply Chain Resilience

Production.  Transport.  Storage.

Cloudveil was the appointed consultancy for the Global Security Improvement Programme for the worlds leading integrated steel and mining company.

Understanding the nature of loss is essential to the development of effective loss prevention measures. All losses should be recorded (time, location), measured (value) reported and classified with the information effectively stored in a database. Analysis of this information in each case is essential to reduce vulnerabilities for supply chains through accurate prediction and effective risk treatment planning.

Cloudveil uses IRIS software to collect data, map stakeholders and promote effective communication and collaboration between top management and all tiers of the supply chain.  “The software of choice for professionals using technology in the supply chain remains Excel (46%)"
(BCI supply chain resilience report 2018)

Maintaining control and having increased visibility throughout the supply chain will greatly reduce the resultant risks posed by physical and non-physical threats to the supply chain. Optimised business continuity planning in this manner may offset costs through better insurance deals.