When an organisation embarks on defining its risk appetite, the process, debate and discussion that ensue can result in the organisation and its key individuals thinking about business in a way that they may have never thought about it before. Read Willis’ White paper on Risk Appetite Statements here.
The RMIA has been flagged as an organisation that may use open government data as a key business resource. Open Data is a really interesting theme in relation to the balance between risk and benefit, and will provide some really interesting challenges. We would like to strongly encourage you to participate in the study and… Read more »
Young scientists dedicated to improving disaster resilience in our region will gain much deserved recognition through the APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE). This year’s theme is disaster risk reduction. Researchers under the age of 40 who are engaged in high quality research in topics such as sustainable development, disaster management, urban… Read more »
The RMIA are pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Williams as their member representative on the Australian standards committee QR5 which acts as the mirror committee for IEC Tc 56 Dependability. RMIA held an EOI for this position in the last quarter of 2014 and had a number of suitably qualified applicants apply. Andrew… Read more »
By Bob Jensen Senior US Government Official Nearly all businesses and government organisations agree that it is necessary to be prepared for unexpected events, both small and large, that may impact and disrupt daily operations. However, when it comes to having the right kinds of plans in place to ensure their organisation can handle an… Read more »