CARVER Washington DC Training Courses Announced for 2017 in Tysons Corner, VirginiaApril 11-13, 2017 June 13-15, 2017 August 15-17, 2017 October 10-12, 2017
Each course is limited to 8 attendees | Register Below Today!The CARVER Target Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment™ training course, offered by Security Management International, is an interactive three-day course on conducting facility threat and vulnerability assessments. CARVER Washington DC is a nationally recognized target analysis and vulnerability assessment methodology used extensively by the military, intelligence and law enforcement community and the Department of Homeland Security in its Automated Critical Asset Management System.
The course is run by Leo Labaj, SMI Director of Critical Infrastructure Protection. With 40 years of government and commercial experience, Mr. Labaj is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, the Air National Guard and the Central Intelligence Agency. He has managed research and development programs and applied science projects for the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, the Intelligence Community, and federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
CARVER Washington DC identifies assets most attractive to attack by an adversary based upon key factors: Criticality – Single points of failure and degree of importance to system operations. Accessibility – Ease of access to critical assets. Recoverability – The time and effort to recover system operations after an adverse event. Vulnerability – Level of exposure to attack based on adversary capability. Effect – Magnitude of adverse consequences resulting from malicious actions and subsequent responses. Recognizability– Likelihood that potential adversaries would recognize that an asset is critical.