To meet the siim project objectives, we are offering free capacity building activities to support organisations in building robust security incident information management processes
1. The SIIM Handbook
Produced in collaboration with EISF and Insecurity Insights, the SIIM Handbook contains lots of practical tools and guidance on how to establish and use internal incident reporting and monitoring systems effectively.
2. Free coaching
Providing free coaching to organisations without existing incident information management systems to address specific issues identified by organisations around information-sharing, security event management and understanding and using trend data to influence organisational planning and evidence-based decision-making.
3. Free training to security focal points (SFPs) and security analysts
The training looks at how organizations can improve their Security Incident Information management system and their preparedness toward incidents, focusing on:
Informing immediate responses to incidents
Implementing lessons learned for a better prevention
Using data to inform decision making at organization level
Using data to better understand the humanitarian security context.
4. Free training for non-security specialists
There are 4 trainings for non- security staff (technical specialists):
Each training will run twice and will focus on how participants can use the incident data and analysis they receive from their organisations’ security focal points to assist them in their field of work. The training should also enable these staff to coordinate with SFPs to ensure incident data and analysis that supports their agenda is available.