Topic: Risk Communication
A presentation and discussion with Ms. Dawnell Claessen, CISSP
Risk Communication is an integral part of any good risk management program. This presentation provides an introduction to the basic risk management process with particular emphasis on risk communications. Attendees will step through the planning process for risk communications and examine some examples of risk communication. We will also identify areas for technical communicators to get involved and contribute to their organization’s risk management activities.
Dawnell K. Claessen is an information policy analyst with more than 25 years of experience as a technical communicator. Dawnell is also a certified security systems professional (CISSP) specializing in security certification and accreditations of information systems operated by the Military Health System, which has recently moved to a Risk Management Framework for managing cyber security activities.
Dawnell holds a Master of Library and Information Science with a specialization in Federal information policy from the University of Texas at Austin.
For STC, Dawnell is a co manager of the Policies and Procedures and a senior member of the Orlando Central Florida Chapter. Contact her at email@example.com
6:30pm Refreshments - 7:00pm Program
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The Orlando Central Florida Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication
Post Office Box 540444
Orlando, FL 32854-0444
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STC Orlando Central Florida Chapter
The Society for Technical Communication (stc.org), is a professional organization that “advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and media so that both businesses and customers benefit from safe, appropriate, and effective use of products, information, and services.”
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