Total Security Process Reengineering

Security’s ancient wisdom & Demosthenes argument

There are many kinds of devices and inventions for the protection and preservation of countries, such as defensive barriers, forts, trenches, and the like.

Prudent minds possess a natural gift. This gift is one unique safeguard which consists of a possession common for everyone, and this applies especially to the dealings of democracies. But what is this safeguard?


This you must preserve. This you must retain.

If you can keep this, you need fear no harm.

The Total Security Process Re-engineering (TSPR) is a methodology which aims at ameliorating the processes that exist within and across security systems by elevating efficiency and effectiveness. The TSPR methodology purpose is to provide the best and most effective approach for every security system by identifying the security system’s vulnerabilities, taking advantage of the system’s assets, while simultaneously assessing, auditing, monitoring, and following-up the process aiming at identifying process gaps and system’s flaws. Finally, its major objective is to build a fully integrated and moderately detailed blueprint of the TSPR that meets the client’s requirements and supports the performance metrics to satisfy the operational mission.

The basic argument of the TSPR methodology is that every security system should not be unprotected not even for a single moment. Therefore, TSPR foresees and shapes a realistic Security Transition Strategy, which connects the already existing security system (“As-Is”) with the security system after the TSPR implementation (“To-be Architecture”), and which is implemented instantly. Moreover, it argues that the current security environments demand a holistic approach that would cover all the sectors that can be vulnerable towards a security threat, either coming from the internal or from the external environment of the security system.

Finally it argues, that this process is continuous because the character of the security environments is extremely dynamic, and therefore the system should have methods ameliorating itself all the time.
The TSPR methodology analytical puzzle consists of 2 main parts, 3 basic pillars, and 5 major tools.

Concerning the 2 parts, these are the General Security Risk Assessment part, and the General Security Auditing part. TSPR 3 basic pillars are: a) the Human Factor; b) the Buildings, Infrastructure, and Equipment; and c) the Cyber security. Finally, the 5 major tools of TSPR are: a) the “Out of the box analysis”, as it fundamentally analyzes every security component in the globe no matter the distance and the period of time; b) the Digital Twin consisting of a binary philosophy for every human security system having both a tangible and a virtual existence, while simultaneously creating a parallel twin relation between these two systems; c) the Blockchain, a technology that takes advantage of the Smart Contracts.

Its philosophy is based on decentralization, immutability, traceability, and therefore transparency; d) the Gap Analysis Security Procedure (GASPRO), an analysis that predicts any possible flaw in every security system; and e) the Binary Total Security Cloud (Bi. T.S. Cloud), which is part of a multilingual platform consisting of a binary parallel cloud cooperation. All these combined consists of the analytical puzzle of the TSPR methodology which subsequently leads to the development of two parallel systems as one in parallel relation. TSPR advantage is that it can offer simultaneous virtual operations of more than one security systems world widely.

The analysis presented to this book has certain limitations, as the TSPR methodology cannot be described theoretically exactly as it is implemented in practice, since it conducts personalized and specialized analyses for each specific case. The TSPR case by case analyses make TSPR be accurate and detail-oriented as its major purpose is to meet every client’s needs and requirements.

The analysis begins by presenting a holistic picture of the current international security environment and the contemporary international security challenges states and organizations face. Then it proceeds with Chapter 1 that regards the Total Security Process Re-engineering Method. Afterwards, Chapter 2, 3, & 4 follows which regards the TSPR implementation on the Human Factor, Infrastructure, and Cyber security respectively, before the conclusions are drawn.

Finally, the TSPR methodology uses a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods of analysis, since every step of the TSPR methodology demands a different approach. Concerning the qualitative methods it uses primary and secondary sources via interviews, documents, open sources research etc., while concerning the quantitative methods TSPR uses various kinds of modelling.