Getting Back to Basics

In this episode of the ASIAL Security Insider podcast, we speak with Julian Claxton of Jayde Consulting and Julian Talbot of SRMBOK (Security Risk Management Body of Knowledge), about the importance of regularly reviewing your security program to ensure you have the basics covered. What are the most important basic principles of security management?

Julian Claxton is a trusted advisor with expertise in managing insider threats, behavioural intelligence, and counterespionage [TSCM]. Confidante to high-profile organisations, and executives seeking to protect reputation and integrity.






Julian Talbot is the author of five books, including the lead author of the SECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (SRMBOK).

He has lived and worked on five continents and has 35 years of international management and leadership experience, including over 20 years at Director and C- Suite levels in the commercial, government, and not-for-profit sectors.

Credentials include a Master of Risk Management (MRiskMgt), Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Professional Certificate in Property Portfolio Management from the University of Western Sydney, as well a Certificate IV Workplace Trainer and Assessor, and Diplomas in Project Management, Business Management, and Security Risk Management.

Julian is a recipient of the Australian Security Medal (ASM), a Registered Security Professional (RegSepP), a Fellow of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (F.ISRM), and a Fellow of the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA).

Julian co-founded the Citadel Group in 2007 and helped grow the company from a start-up to 300 employees with a market capitalization of $400 million. Julian focused on, and built a strong network of clients in, Defence, intelligence, and government agencies before listing Citadel on the ASX in late 2014 (ASX: CGL).