The Full Story
SRMBOK results from a strategic partnership between RMIA, JBS, and the government. SRMBOK has been designed to significantly improve professionalism and enhance community and organizational resilience. The partners have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars, intellectual property, and passion without expectation of commercial return to make this contribution to
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SRMBOK has been developed by industry and subject matter experts to integrate security practice areas and methodologies in a single source toolkit and reference guide for consultants, managers and practitioners. SRMBOK was developed through strategically focused R&D to integrate existing better practice from a range of management disciplines and provide new insights into a framework containing:
Standard descriptions for security risk management processes
A framework of relationships among the standard processes
Standard metrics to measure process performance
Management practices that produce best-in-class performance
Standard alignment to features and functionality
SRMBOK achieves the convergence, synergy, synthesis, and integration of generally accepted better practice from a range of management disciplines, including ISO31000:2018 Risk Management Standard and unclassified elements of Australian, United Kingdom, and United States Government SRM Frameworks.
The SRMBOK integration framework and security risk assessment methodology integrate a range of models, including the Carver Methodology for Target Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment, FEMA426 (Mitigation of Potential Terrorist Attacks Against Buildings), HB167 Security Risk Management Handbook, Capability Maturity Model, ISO28000 Supply Chain Security, Supply- Chain Reference model (SCOR), Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP), Six Sigma, ISO9001, PRINCE2, Balanced Scorecard, Procurement Frameworks, and the ISO27000 series.
JULIAN TALBOT CISSP F.ISRM
Julian has 35 years international experience up to and including Director level and C-Suite in the commercial, government, and not-for-profit sectors in Australia and internationally.
His background includes roles as Manager of Property & Security for the Australian government’s most extensive international network, Security Manager for Australia’s largest natural resources project, Senior Risk Adviser for Australia’s largest health organization, Operations Manager for a geological exploration operation in East Africa, Head of Risk for an Indonesian mining operation, CEO of a $30 million IT systems integrator, as well as co-founder and Divisional Manager for a $350 million ASX listed entity,
Julian is internationally recognized for his security and risk management expertise. His experience includes roles in Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America. He was awarded the Australian Security Medal for Conspicuous Service for his service to the security profession in Australia. Julian is one of only five people accredited by the Security Professionals Registry of Australasia as a Registered Security Professional (RSecP) in all five categories of Physical, Personnel, Information/Communications, Security Risk Management, and Security Enterprise Management.
MILES JAKEMAN PhD AM
For over 27 years, Miles has advised senior business leaders and Government officials, including representing countries in ministerial-level forums. He was Citadel’s Managing Director since the Company’s inception.
His key skills cover business strategy, program management, security risk management, and staff development. Miles has significant overseas experience with multinational companies in sales, marketing, and business development capacities with full profit and loss responsibilities.
Miles has a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Asian Studies and a Ph.D. in Business Leadership. He has also completed the AICD Advanced Diploma Mastering the Boardroom and the AICD Diploma of International Company Directors, plus holds an Advanced Diploma in Project Management.
Miles is a visiting Fellow at the Australian National University and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the ACT’s Capital Angels. He is also a member of the not-for-profit Kokoda Foundation and Midnight Basketball Australia.