ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is organising an online seminar featuring the Executive Director of Institute of Strategic Risk Management in the crisis handling post terrorism attack, using a case sharing of the Manchester Arena suicide bombing which took 23 lives including the attacker, and injured 1017 people.
Dr David Rubens is the CEO of the Deltar Group and Executive Director of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM), which he founded in 2018. He is a recognised authority on the strategic management of complex events, particularly within a multi-agency crisis management framework.
David holds a doctorate in security and risk management from the University of Portsmouth, writing his thesis on alternative command & control frameworks for strategic management and critical decision-making in complex crisis environments. He has been a Visiting Lecturer and Dissertation Supervisor on the Leicester University ‘Security, Policing and Terrorism’ MSc programme, and a Visiting Lecturer on the Strategic Leadership programme at Cranfield University, where he lectured on terrorism and public policy, and strategic management of complex operations. He is currently a Visiting Lecturer on the International Security Management Masters programme at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.
David contributed to the UK Critical Infrastructure Resilience Executive Steering Committee as a Subject Matter Expert for the strategic management of complex crisis management and was a founding member of the London Resilience Gold Command Crisis Management Project Academic Advisory Group. He is currently a member of the UK National Preparedness Commission. Dr David Rubens was voted the IFSEC No 1 Global Security Thought Leader of 2019.
- The reason for the ‘success’ of the Manchester Arena attack in 2017
- The key events leading up to the attack identified by the Report of the Manchester Arena attack
- The failures of security management in the lead up to the attack and aftermath response
- How ISRM can help your organisation to prepare and drill for an attack on your organisation
- What can the ISRM offer to ASIS chapters and security practitioners in courses and seminars?
Date/Time : 10 September 2021 (16:00 - 17:00 hours Hong Kong Time)
Online Zoom Meeting; joining instruction will be sent upon successful registration
: Free for ASIS members
and Friendly association members (OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI)
One CPE Point. Certificate of attendance will be award for participant who continuously stay in the webinar for no less than 45 minutes.
*members need to apply CPE points via the ASIS on-line system
Please register by replying email to email@example.com
with subject ‘ASIS Event 2021 Sept 10”
1) Members- provide name, organisation and membership ID
2) Non-members, provide name and proof of payment
Deadline for registration:
24 hours before the event date/time.