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Adaptive Security Planning and Security Risk Management (SRM): Are We Prepared for the Unpredictable?   | GISF at HNPW

Adaptive Security Planning and Security Risk Management (SRM): Are We Prepared for the Unpredictable?   | GISF at HNPW table
Date6 May 2024
Time2:00 pm 3:30 pm CEST |8:00 am9:30 am EDT
Address International Conference Centre (CICG) in Geneva and Virtual
Type In-person
Booking URLhttps://vosocc.unocha.org/Report.aspx?page=o0t9pExuBwObtDGIoSxxxplusmLRaL8kxxxplusD1NioVVTePB9PWyGUoVm729AUnwxxxequalxxxequal
Description

Summary

Security Plan and Security Risk Management (SRM) Processes are the primary tool for security decision makers to identify threats and enable SRM measures to reduce the level of assessed risk. The everchanging global security landscape requires a dynamic, responsive, and flexible application of the SRM process. 

This session will delve into the critical aspects of security planning and SRM, map out the current challenges, and explore strategies that enable organisations to cope with the changing situations. Participants will learn from real-world examples, case studies, and best practices that showcase the successful integration of agility into SRM frameworks, ensuring the continuous security of humanitarian workers. 

Room

Pleniere B

Speakers

  • UNHCR Senior Field Security Officer, Anne Dorian
  • UNICEF Principal Security Coordinator, Paul Farrell
  • UNRWA Director of Department of Security Risk Management, Brian Baker
  • UNDSS DFO Chief Operational Resilience Service, Martin Laffey
  • Mercy Corps Senior Director of Global Security, Steve Gordon
  • INSO Global Safety and Risk Manager, Panagiotis Olympiou
  • Insecurity Insight Director, Christina Wille

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If you have any questions on registration, please reach out to info@gisf.ngo.

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