This paper will demonstrated the processes for conducting scenario planning in support of the development of a strategic security risk management program. It will provide an example of a straightforward scenario modelling process and demonstrate how it can be used to develop a forward looking intelligence collection plan supporting risk assessment and mitigation. At the end of the session participants will understand the requirements for the development of their own scenario modelling tool, an intelligence plan model and the outlines of a Strategic Security Management System.
Presented by: Jason Brown, National Security Director, Thales, Australia
Jason Brown is the National Security Director for Thales ANZ. He is responsible for security liaison with government, law enforcement and intelligence communities to develop cooperative arrangements to minimise risk to Thales Australia. He is a member of ASIS International, British Security Institute, National Gallery of Australia Foundation, Risk Management Institution of Australasia and University House. He holds Security Professional Chartered Status the in the UK and Registered Professional status with SPR-A. He was awarded the Australian Security Medal for Conspicuous Service in February 2011. In 2013 IFSEC International recognised him in the top 40 influential persons in Security and Fire Management.