Applying an Enterprise Security Risk Management Framework to Assess Risks in Global Security
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is a methodology used in security studies to assess the overall risk challenging a country, its critical infrastructure, or even a corporation that broadly faces a spectrum of threats. The ESRM methodology operationalizes Risk as a function of Threats (by an attacker), Vulnerabilities (to be attacked), and Consequences (of being attacked). Once the overall risk is assessed and scored, this will enable security personnel to prioritize the allocation of protective resources to mitigate the risk in a cost-effective way.
This webinar presentation will apply the ESRM methodology to several case studies, such as risks presented by terrorism, pandemics, and cyberattacks.
Our presenter is one of the nation's experts on counterterrorism. Dr. Joshua Sinai is a Professor of Practice for Intelligence and Global Security (IGS) Studies at Capitol Technology University. He directs the IGS and Counterterrorism degree programs for Capitol. He has published numerous articles on these issues and serves as the Book Reviews Editor for the quarterly journal "Perspectives on Terrorism."
This 60-minute webinar concludes with a moderated live Q&A.
Capitol Technology University offers the webinar as a complimentary informational service. A Certificate of Attendance will be made available to participants.
About the Presenter
Dr. Joshua Sinai
Dr. Sinai is Professor of Practice in Intelligence and Global Security Students for Capitol Technology University. Based in the Washington, DC area, Dr. Sinai has more than 35 years of experience in international security, national security, and homeland security studies with the U.S. government, academia, and the corporate sector. He has worked with the U.S. Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress as a senior intelligence analyst, and, for private sector firms as a contractor in support of government agencies such as the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force (FTTTF). Dr. Sinai is well-published in academic journals, trade magazines, edited volumes, and training curricula. His pocket handbook “Active Shooter: A Handbook on Prevention”, published by ASIS International in 2013 and as an expanded second edition in 2016, is a best-selling book on public safety that details active shooter incidents, preparation and prevention, and tactical responses.