Artificial intelligence is revolutionising how we forecast, model and manage risk. In 2023, the ISRM has discussed AI’s growing role in risk management from arrange of perspectives. These various strands are being gathered together in our two-day Virtual Conference: The conference will explore the latest trends and developments in AI-powered risk management, addressing both opportunities […]
We are delighted to share the remarkable success of the Future Security Summit, which took place as part of the Intersec Saudi Arabia Conference in Riyadh on October 3rd – 4th, 2023. Dr David Rubens, Executive Director of the ISRM, chaired this remarkable two-day event, which brought together participants from diverse sectors, including renowned organisations […]
Moderated by Dr Paul Johnston, this panel discussion featured Megan Motto, Nicholas Martin and Dr Gav Schneider, examining the pulse of risk management today and into the future. The discussion highlighted some of the most common emerging trends in the field – including the current state of organisational resilience and whether organisations are effectively positioned […]
Moderated by Dr Paul Johnston, this panel discussion brought together a range of industry-leading experts, including David Bartlett, Dr David Rubens, Dr Margo van Felius, and Justin Ready. Among the topics explored were the efficacy of academia in addressing complex, wicked problems, how scholarly insights could be translated into actionable, real-world preparedness, and more.
As the world has navigated an ongoing shift in the prevalence and types of global crisis events through the 21st century, the focus, language and perspective of modern crisis management has likewise evolved. In the period following 9/11 attacks, the term crisis was omnipresent. However, as the world navigated through subsequent challenges like Hurricane Katrina […]
In his opening address to the CSWP Wicked Problems Summit, ISRM President Lord Toby Harris, delivered an impactful message on why a strategic approach is crucial in tackling contemporary “wicked problems”. With an increase in the prevalnce and complexity of global challenges facing Governments and Organisations alike, ranging from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine conflict, […]
Wednesday 6th September saw the official launch event for the ISRM Centre for the Study of Wicked Problems in Sydney, Australia. Hosted by March Australia in partnership with Risk2Solutions and ISRM ANZ Chapter led by Chapter President Dr Gavriel Schneider, and with the participation of leading personalities from across the Australian risk and crisis management […]