We are thrilled to present the latest edition of the ISRM Global Journal, brought to you by the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Chapter. This edition features a diverse range of articles from renowned experts and practitioners in the field.
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Dive into topics such as turning risk into opportunity, the challenges posed by cyber and interdependency risks, strategies for effective response to cyber-attacks, convergence risks in critical infrastructure, fostering collaboration in security and much more.
Gain valuable insights from esteemed experts as they explore the dynamic landscape of strategic risk and crisis management.
ISRM ANZ Chapter President Dr Gavriel Schneider said ‘The ANZ chapter was one of the very first international Chapters, and we have established significant relationships with many of the major academic institutions, government agencies and private and public organisations operating in this sphere, both in Australia and New Zealand and in the wider APAC region.
This journal is our contribution to the global dialogue, and we are delighted to have received such a high level of support from such a wide range of people, all of whom have taken time effort to make their own contribution to the journal’.
ISRM Executive Director Dr David Rubens added ‘The ANZ Chapter has shown by example of how it can create a presence throughout Australia and New Zealand with its network of local Chapters, but can also make a significant contribution the national and regional dialogue thoughts its multiple activities. This journal is just another example of how individual and collective action can be utilised to create something that will have genuine value for everyone involved in our global community’.
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