The Security Risk Management guide: E-book Course j w

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The Security Risk Management guide: E-book Course by j w
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This ebook is based on materials and approaches developed for consultants and managers deploying to insecure environments.The Security Risk Assessment (SRA) model is based principally on that of the United Nations Department of Safety and SecurityMoreThis ebook is based on materials and approaches developed for consultants and managers deploying to insecure environments.The Security Risk Assessment (SRA) model is based principally on that of the United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS). Other tools and materials have been drawn from various text, on-line, and other training resources, with due attribution to the original source wherever possible.The aim of this ebook is to enhance and develop the knowledge of consultants and managers conducting Security Risk Management services in hostile areas.

It will also introduce them to the techniques and tools of managing risk.Emphasis is placed on three principle areas of concern: security risk assessment, security plans and planning, and critical incident management. The ebook also provides insights into the current hostile security environment, managerial accountability and due diligence, and management of stress in hostile environments.The ultimate aim is to help managers to cope better with the difficult task of identifying and reducing associated security risks to their client or client’s staff.Module 1: Developing a leadership Style1.1 Leadership Styles1.2 What do managers do?1.3 Leadership in a crisis – How to be a leader1.4 The common mistakes of new managers1.5 The difference between Leadership and ManagementModule 2: Managing your people2.1 How to motivate workers in tough times2.2 Motivating employees and team members2.3 How to develop future leadersModule 3: working in hostile environments and undertaking high risk activities3.1 Definitions of the High Risk Policy3.2 Key Requirements of the High Risk Policy3.3 Potential Risks in Hostile Environments (Identifying the risks, mitigation measures and potential ‘Actions On’)Module 4: Overview of Security Risk Assessment4.1 Threat Assessment4.2 Vulnerability Assessment4.3 Programme Assessment4.4 Risk Analysis4.5 Criticality Assessment4.6 Decide and Implement Measures4.7 Review and Modification of assessmentModule 5: Threat Assessment5.1 Approaches to Threat Assessment5.2 Historical Analysis5.3 Pattern Analysis5.4 Change AnalysisModule 6: Vulnerability Assessment6.1 The Importance of Vulnerability Assessment in SRA6.2 Key Factors to Consider in Vulnerability Assessment6.3 Vulnerability “Benchmarking”Module 7: Risk Assessment and the Risk Matrix7.1 Understanding Risk7.2 Determining Impact7.3 Determining Likelihood7.4 The Risk Matrix7.5 Practical Guidance on Using the Risk Matrix7.6 Risk Assessment and BiasModule 8: Risk Reduction Measures8.1 Criticality Assessment8.2 Types of Risk Reduction Measures8.3 The Risk Reduction ToolkitModule 9: Security Plans and Planning9.1 Does every project/location need a Security Plan?9.2 The Plan9.3 Scenario-Based Security Contingency Planning9.4 Security Planning and Your BudgetModule 10: Critical Incident Management10.1 Critical Incident Management and Security Planning10.2 Stages of a Critical Incident and Response10.3 Tools and Methods10.4 Information ManagementModule 11: Security and Stress12.1 The Relationship between Stress and Security12.



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