RSM Australia

Corporate security

Corporate security has unfortunately become an increasing consideration and risk for business, especially in the context of increased random terrorist and criminal activity globally and at home in Australia. We have staff with law enforcement experience in counter-terrorism, security advisor registration, and experience in providing corporate security advice. The Australian Standard Handbook HB 167 Security Risk Management gives guidance to organisations in this area but requires contextualising and customising to your organisation’s unique operations and security risks. Corporate security risk assessments and advice relating to mitigating harm against, or damage of, people, premises, operations and corporate travel include the following:

  • Physical security assessments and advice (e.g. where executives or employees travel overseas, premises at risk of corporate espionage, threats on executives or employees, or terrorism risks)
  • Threat assessments, vulnerability analysis, treatment plans
  • Awareness training tailored to the specific security risk(s)

Defining cyber risk. A view from the directors chair.

29 November 2016
Tim Daly, Group Manager Risk, Security and Service Management at AEMO, recently discussed cyber risks at the Sydney Women on Boards luncheon. INTRODUCTION

Cyber security – 4 key areas of focus

9 September 2016
New Regulations for the Securities Market

Ultranet Operation Dunham

31 March 2016
RSM’s Fraud and Forensic Services’ Roger Darvall-Stevens and Probity Adviser Michael Shatter share their thoughts on the public examinations of Operation Dunham, Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission’s (IBAC) investigation into the Department of Education and Training’s $180 million Ultranet project.