The Risk and Security Management Forum exists to advance the effective management of risk as it relates to all areas of security. Uniquely, it has a broad-based membership, from both the public and private sectors and draws upon its members’ proven, relevant expertise to identify and communicate the effective management of risk as it relates to security. It seeks to develop innovative and inclusive ways of identifying, analysing, assessing, managing, controlling and responding to risk so as to promote and promulgate at senior executive level the benefits of effective risk and security management.
The Forum operates under the Chatham House Rule in order to promote free and frank discussion and the disinterested sharing of information for the mutual benefit of its members.
Membership is by invitation only.
Chatham House Rule
When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor any other participant, may be revealed; nor may it be mentioned that the information was received at a meeting of the Forum.