Security Risk Management: Body of Knowledge by Julian Talbot

By Julian Talbot

Content material:
Chapter 1 advent and evaluate (pages 1–14):
Chapter 2 safeguard danger administration Context (pages 15–26):
Chapter three protection Governance (pages 27–42):
Chapter four SRMBOK Framework (pages 43–52):
Chapter five perform components (pages 53–96):
Chapter 6 Strategic wisdom components (pages 97–193):
Chapter 7 Operational Competency parts (pages 195–218):
Chapter eight task parts (pages 219–254):
Chapter nine protection possibility administration Enablers (pages 255–259):
Chapter 10 Asset parts (pages 261–268):
Chapter eleven SRM Integration (pages 269–283):
Chapter 12 SRM Lexicon (pages 285–338):
Chapter thirteen pattern Templates (pages 339–415):
Chapter 14 in regards to the Lead Authors (pages 417–418):

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For all units, understanding the power of perceptions and minimizing the gap between our view of the behavior of others and their intention generates a fuller picture of reality. Emotional resilience is the ability to use the “heart” to create a belief that life is meaningful. Our emotions give us the passion and the desire to progress. Indeed, to paraphrase Plato, emotion is one of the main drivers for human behavior. On an individual level, the ability to recognize, comprehend, and demonstrate an understanding of your own and others’ emotions enables people to derive a better perception of the environment.

Indd 16 Maslow’s hierarchy of needs Security Risk Management Context Talbot_V1 4/8/09 2:04:06 PM We expect our governments, organizations, and corporations to continue to meet our needs for food, water, safety, lifestyle, and self-actualization. This has much less to do with the traditional concepts of protection of assets (people, information, and property) than it has to do with the functions and capabilities that such assets provide. This ability to sustain the capabilities that meet the needs and expectations of stakeholders is not dependent on any given facility, individual, or design— rather, it is the capability to continue delivery of services or product that is actually the core asset.

The consequences of inadequate risk management are obvious. Overly protective advice, however, may only involve unnecessary expense, but staff are likely to ignore instructions that they do not recognize a need for, which leads to a loss of credibility and compliance. In one Middle East oil field, security staff almost had a revolt on their hands when they tried to put a blanket ban on weekend trips away on grounds of security. Ever ready to question authority figures, the Australians in particular asked to see the threat assessments that had led to the ban.

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