Our rolling programme of events range from one day conferences, topical briefings, special interest group meetings to awards. They offer unique networking opportunities and relevance to professionals at all levels.
We work in partnership with other professional institutes and relevant commercial partners to provide the most up to date events programme to both our members and the wider risk profession.
There are many sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at IRM events. Sponsorship deals start from as little as £1,000 + VAT.
If you are interested or want an informal chat, please contact Chris Glennie on:
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Cyber Threat Summit
|Date:||Wednesday 24th October 2018|
Doors open: 07.00
Breakfast for VIP ticket holders: 07.30
Opening ceremony: 08.30
Event close: 17.30
Networking reception: 18.00 - 20.00
Use discount code IRM@CTS2018 to get 50% off
|Now in its the eight year, the Cyber Threat Summit has become Europe’s leading cyber risk exhibition and conference. This year the event will take place in The Helix, DCU Campus, Dublin on the 24th October 2018.|
Developing and enhancing each year, 2018 will embrace the theme of “European Cyber Summit” an opportunity to focus on Euro cyber issues such as BREXIT, GDPR and the NIS Directive. Our annual Cyber Threat Summit has been a great success for the past 7 years and now you can become part of the success story.
The Risk Management Awards 2018
The IRM is proud to announce that we are partnering with CIR Risk Management for this year's Risk Management Awards.
The deadline to nominate your company for an award is 27 July 2018.
Risk Leaders 2018
The next generation of risk management
|Risk Leaders 2018 brings together leading thinkers and practitioners from across the risk management profession to address key emerging issues - such as political risk, technology, data, and behaviour and ethics – and present original research.|
2018 Everywoman in Risk Forum
Annual General Meeting and Annual Lecture 2018
An increasingly globalised world has posed many challenges for the management and communication of risk. But what unintended consequences for organisations or nations flow from a narrow, localised view of risk? And although geo-political risks may be shared across a region, can their management be distorted by a lack of cultural fluency and a misalignment of priorities?
Through reflections on both his extensive field experience and his academic research, this year's speaker Shaun Ryles will offer a provocative interpretation of the risk-related issues that both case studies provide the modern risk professional.
Our Special Interest Groups and Regional Groups hold events throughout the year. Click on the links below to see what's currently available.