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'''SPEAKER:''' Roy Stranden (Schibsted)
 
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'''ABSTRACT:''' Risk is a relatively vague concept with many facets, and can be difficult to interpret. When organisations spend considerable time and money for the purpose of managing risk it is important that this effort results in meaningful results. This talk discusses the interpretations of risk and its components, and how organisations can get the most benefit out of risk assessment exercises.
 
'''ABSTRACT:''' Risk is a relatively vague concept with many facets, and can be difficult to interpret. When organisations spend considerable time and money for the purpose of managing risk it is important that this effort results in meaningful results. This talk discusses the interpretations of risk and its components, and how organisations can get the most benefit out of risk assessment exercises.
  
'''SPEAKER BIO:''' Roy Stranden has worked within security for more than 25 years, with
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'''SPEAKER BIO:''' Roy Stranden has worked within security for more than 25 years, with experience from the Nationa Police Security Service, the National Intelligence Service as well as from the consulting company Ernst & Young. Roy Stranden is currently the director of security for the media company Schibsted. Roy has an MSc in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, a Postgraduate Diploma in Security Management, a Certificate in Applied Intelligence and a Certificate in Terrorism Studies. Roy is also a Fellow of the Security Institute (FSyI) and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). Roy Stranden chaired the working group that developed the recent national standards NS 5831 Risk Management and NS 5832 Risk Analysis.
experience from the Nationa Police Security Service, the National
 
Intelligence Service as well as from the consulting company Ernst & Young.
 
Roy Stranden is currently the director of security for the media company
 
Schibsted. Roy has an MSc in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, a
 
Postgraduate Diploma in Security Management, a Certificate in Applied
 
Intelligence and a Certificate in Terrorism Studies. Roy is also a Fellow
 
of the Security Institute (FSyI) and a Certified Information Security
 
Manager (CISM). Roy Stranden chaired the working group that developed the
 
recent national standards NS 5831 Risk Management and NS 5832 Risk
 
Analysis.
 

Latest revision as of 14:19, 2 October 2014

AFSecurity Seminar

Meaningful Risk Assessment

Date: 29 October 2014.

Location: Meeting room Awk (room 3118), Ole-Johan Dahls hus (IFI).

Agenda

10:00h Welcome at IFI

10:15h Invited talk

11:00h Discussion

SPEAKER: Roy Stranden (Schibsted)

TITLE: How to make risk assessment meaningful for organisations.

ABSTRACT: Risk is a relatively vague concept with many facets, and can be difficult to interpret. When organisations spend considerable time and money for the purpose of managing risk it is important that this effort results in meaningful results. This talk discusses the interpretations of risk and its components, and how organisations can get the most benefit out of risk assessment exercises.

SPEAKER BIO: Roy Stranden has worked within security for more than 25 years, with experience from the Nationa Police Security Service, the National Intelligence Service as well as from the consulting company Ernst & Young. Roy Stranden is currently the director of security for the media company Schibsted. Roy has an MSc in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, a Postgraduate Diploma in Security Management, a Certificate in Applied Intelligence and a Certificate in Terrorism Studies. Roy is also a Fellow of the Security Institute (FSyI) and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). Roy Stranden chaired the working group that developed the recent national standards NS 5831 Risk Management and NS 5832 Risk Analysis.