Burglary is typically defined as the unlawful entry into almost any facility structure with the intent to commit any crime inside (not just theft/larceny). No physical breaking and entering is required; the offender may simply trespass through an open door. Burglary, at Common Law, was the trespassory breaking and entering of the dwelling of another at night with an intent to commit a felony therein. It is an offense against possession and habitation of an organization's facilities and assets. The goal of the crime of burglary is to tamper with and remove or possibly destroy assets.
Burglary contains 15 profiles to describe this threat.
|Invitee||Remove||Evade||On Site||Common||No Vehicle|
|Invitee||Remove||Evade||On Site||Specialized||No Vehicle|
|Outsider||Remove||Evade||On Site||Specialized||No Vehicle|
|Insider||Remove||Evade||On Site||Specialized||No Vehicle|
|Outsider||Remove||Evade||On Site||Common||No Vehicle|
|Insider||Remove||Evade||On Site||Common||No Vehicle|
All threats contain different profiles which describe their attributes. These attributes represent different types of attackers or threats. When Quill recommends measures, we compare the efficacy of these measures to the profiles of these threats to determine the reduction to risk achieved by implementation.
All threat profiles are comprised as a combination of these six attributes with one the following descriptors.
|Attacker||Insider, Outsider, Invitee|
|Goal||Destroy, Tamper, Remove|
|Evasion||Try, Evade, Do Not Evade|
|Presence||Preparation, On Site, Remote|
|Equipment||Common, Specialized, No Equipment|
|Vehicle||Present, Essential, No Vehicle|