Most Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) have a significant investment in their business, and the fastest way to non-compliance is through poor OpSec practices. In the FFLGuard model, attention to OpSec details is not mandated by law, but will validate that you go above and beyond legal requirements (“law plus”) if your FFL is ever subject to revocation or scrutiny. FFLGuard’s OpSec Yearly Service Plan is an Add-On offering that helps clients identify vulnerabilities, assess risks, and mitigate internal and external threats.
OpSec-Law Plus Guidelines (OpSec-LPGs) – All clients are provided with the OpSec-LPGs, a proprietary tip sheet of helpful hints, legal precedent, professional advice, and proven experience dealing with OpSec issues.
OpSec-Specific Conference with Specialist – Each client is entitled to a discussion with a specialist on how to implement the OpSec-LPGs on premises, plus a risk assessment of the operation based on a virtual assessment.
“OneCall” Connection Through FFLGuard with First Responders – In response to any emergency or major incident, FFLGuard serves as a “OneCall” point of contact to link all clients with Federal, state and local authorities. This includes local FEMA regional offices, the Joint Terrorism Task Force and, if applicable, the local Fusion Center. Additionally, all clients are given priority access at a local, private security field office, at FFLGuard courtesy rates, if such heightened assistance becomes necessary.