Human factors/security/safety

How does ISO 31000 relate to security, safety and human factors? The greatest challenge of security managers is to prove their added value. Demonstrating the return on security investment (ROSI) isn’t easy, but not a mission impossible. Costs for security can be considered as a necessary evil to protect acquired value. But can security risk managers also create new value? Software vendors are now responding to complex demands combining security, safety, risk management and decision-making. How can they effectively respond to a global demand in managing risks across organisations?

The third aspect in this session addresses understanding and managing people as a core risk management competency. People are usually considered as an organisation’s greatest asset and yet when decisions and estimation are taken, they can become also the greatest liability. We will learn why.

Session Partners

Speakers

Inge Vandijck | CT31000 | Co-owner & Managing security risk consultant | Optimit (member of Securitas
group) | Belgium | will talk about:

Return on Security Investment: a Mission Impossible?

  • The greatest challenge of security managers is to prove their added value
  • Demonstrating Return On Security Investment (ROSI) isn’t easy, but not a mission impossible.
  • Costs for security can be considered as a necessary evil or protection of acquired value, but;
  • How to create value through security risk management?
Inge Vandijck
Inge Vandijck
Johannes Swanepoel | CT31000 | Program Manager, Risk Management | Enablon Software Solutions | USA | will talk about:

Facilitate Conversations, Visibility, not Recording and Reporting

  • Mobility supports on the job decision making
  • Collaboration and stakeholder engagement can now be done real time using social networking principles
Johannes Swanepoel
Johannes Swanepoel
Frank Herdmann | CT31000 | Managing Partner | Auxilium Expatbiz Services and AUXILIUM Management Service | Germany | will talk about:

Human factor – The Relevance of »ESTIMATION« in Risk Management

  • Human factors : few references in ISO 31000 given its importance in risk management.
  • Why human factors are at the core of management
  • About the terminology in ISO 31000 definition of risk
  • Estimation as a human factor
  • Make life easier for the risk management community : some advices.
Frank Herdmann
Frank Herdmann