Strategic Value Risk Equation ('SVRE')

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An approach for creating business value through effective risk management

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Gabriel has leveraged his broad-spectrum background to develop the "STRATEGIC VALUE RISK EQUATION ('SVRE')", an approach for creating business value through effective risk management; and that which enables (1) optimisation of risk profile; (2) maximisation of risk posture; (3) maximisation of risk agility; and (4) maximisation of risk mitigation controls efficiencies.

The SVRE is an approach that can be leveraged to define strategic value aligned security strategy; and security operations management frameworks. Gabriel, at the April seminar, will look to answer the following questions:

  1. Could security drive value creation and protection of created value? If yes, how?
  2. Could we, as security professionals, define, maintain, and deliver effective Security Strategy? If yes, how?
  3. Is there a way to harmonise Risk Management and Security Strategies, as well as Security Operations into a unified Value Management Strategy?

PLEASE NOTE: This session will also be streamed live through MS Teams should you not be able to attend in person. The Teams link will be made available to those registering closer to the 22nd April session.

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Gabriel Akindeju is an innovative and strategic Technology Risk Management and Security Management thought leader with background in Enterprise Technology Risk Management and Enterprise Security Governance and Architecture; Information Systems Management; Instrumentations and Controls Engineering; Electronic Electrical Engineering; PRInCEII and Agile practices.

His overall objectives are to help organisations (1) leverage effective technology risk management and security for the creation of stakeholder values by optimising risk-reward dynamics (i.e. improve Risk Agility and Controls Optimisation Efficiencies), and (2) prevent value erosion via the deployment of effective risk and security operations management framework and processes (i.e. optimise Risk Profile and improve Risk Posture).

Gabriel is skilled in transformational Enterprise Technology Risk Management and Security capability maturity uplifts and have helped various organisations, including in his current role, bootstrap capability maturity programmes through structured yet agile architectural frameworks and processes. He has a special knack for senior leadership engagement and can drive positive uplift in enterprise culture shift through simple, easy to manage and yet effective initiatives.

Gabriel is a prolific innovator and an advocate of continuous improvements through adoption and applications of complex adaptive system integration concepts. He is passionate about the alignment and transformation of technologies; and technology governance and management processes into strategic enablers and competitive differentiators for businesses through risk optimisation.

Gabriel was the winner (one of 2) of the UK's 2006 best IS dissertation award for his work on RFId, courtesy of the ISACA, UK and was cited in the 2008 edition of Marquis Who's Who in the world. He also won an Oceania Geographic Region CRISC award in Dec 2012. More recently he was cited in the Volume 4 (June 2020) of the ISACA Journal – Building Enterprise Security Programme.

Gabriel often speaks at professional seminars and likes to help professional candidates seeking certifications through both formal review seminars and informal mentorship. He enjoys professional teams, who pride in value creation, professionalism, & training and promote personal professional development as tools to defining, creating, and delivering superlative customer experiences.

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