Articles by Rinske Geerlings
Rinske is a multi-award winning, internationally known consultant, speaker and certified Business Continuity Management (BCM), Information Security and Risk Management facilitator. She was awarded Risk Consultant of the Year by RMIA (2017), Alumnus of the University of Technology Delft (the Netherlands), Australian Business Woman of the Year by BPW (2010), 1 of 5 Technology Delft (the Netherlands), Australian Business Woman of the Year by BPW (2010-2013) and Outstanding Security Consultant Finalist in the OSPAs (2019).
Rinske draws on more than 20 years’ experience gained during roles across Australasia, Africa, South America and Europe. Her Board and Committee experience includes national and international Vice President and Director roles within ASIS, itSMF and BPW. In terms of her consultancy experience, Rinske has been changing the way organisations ‘plan for the unexpected’. Rinske applies a fresh, energetic, fun, practical, easy-to-apply, innovative approach to topics sometimes perceived as dull and cumbersome. She holds ISO22301, ISO31000, ISO27001, CBCP, MBCI, ITIL, PRINCE2 and COBIT certifications.
Cyber Security 1.0.1 For Boards
The traditional concept of IT Disaster Recovery (DR), i.e. the solution where an organisation sets up an alternate site where servers, applications and data can be used in case the primary data centre burns down, floods, loses power or otherwise fails, needs to be re-thought completely due to two major developments. The first one is Cloud computing, resulting in the IT DR responsibility seemingly being transferred to the shoulders of an external supplier.