In this section you can find a comprehensive compilation of various subtopics related to security risk management. This material includes articles highlighting best practices, practical case examples, and expert advice. Within this material, you will find articles covering a range of subtopics, including early-stage security threat identification, security risk aspects associated with public events, the role of artificial intelligence in security risk management, and crisis management.
The target audience for this material includes students who have a keen interest in security risk management, as well as lecturers and professionals working within the field of security.
Lambert Bambach / Avans University of Applied Science
The threat of nation state actors and organized crime is changing the threat landscape of the critical infrastructure in which organizations operate as electricity grid managers. Examples of the threats are hacking, theft, destruction and manipulation of the electricity grid.
Ensieh Roud / Nord University
This article presents some successful elements of collaboration during an emergency response to a landslide happened in Gjerdrum, Norway.
Javier Dorado / School of Prevention and Integral Safety and security
The use of biometric facial identification technologies in public and private institutions for security purposes is a reality. Nonetheless, the use of these techniques that operate with artificial intelligence and automated decisions presents several problems.
Anja Aatsinki & Hanna Iisakkila Rojas / Laurea University of Applied Sciences
This article will demonstrate the importance and process of collaboration in event safety and security. You will learn about the model used by South-West Finland´s authorities when collaborating with event organizers.
Kārlis Apalups / Turiba University
Development of security culture in an organization can be a challenge, but there are some steps for success that should be considered once a decision is made to develop a culture of security.
Prof. dr. Raimundas Kalesnykas / Kazimieras Simonavičius University
Hybrid threats is one of the most complex challenges in the security management system faced by the European Union. The case of instrumentalization of migrants organized by the Belarusian authorities at the EU’s Eastern borders is presented in this article.