The Security Analysis and Risk Management Association announced this week that it will be hosting its sixth annual conference later this year at George Mason University.
The conference, which is scheduled to take place from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1, is expected to attract 300 attendees from the security analysis and risk management community.
Held in partnership with the George Mason University School of Law’s Center for Infrastructure Protection (CIP), the conference provides a forum for collaboration, information sharing and networking with a wide array of practitioners.
The theme of this year’s conference is "Professionalizing Security Risk Management" and specific subject areas include:
- Community risk
- Critical infrastructure risk
- Cybersecurity risk
- Public policy for risk management
- Risk education and training
- Risk management standards
- Security risk methodologies and practices
For more information about SARMA or the conference, visit www.sarma.org.