Johan du Plooy is a Founding Group Senior Partner of the Globally represented Temi Group and is the Managing Senior Partner of the South African company. He is a highly experienced security risk management professional with global experience and has long and varied experience in security risk management. Johan holds a Master's degree from the University of South Africa. His dissertation was titled "Organisational Resilience: Changing the paradigm for managing security risks using a maturity model". He also holds a number of internationally recognized certifications in his field of expertise. His strategic approach to identifying and solving security risk based issues has been successfully implemented by many well-known international brands on all six continents and in many diverse cultures. Johan has conducted numerous security risk assessments for a wide variety of customers, both corporate and government around the globe and has also spoken at numerous international conferences in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa over the past number of years. His focus has been on securing the supply chain which includes all aspects of security risk management. The latest substantial project was leading a small team and liaison with various stakeholders to develop the Safety and Security Plan for the soon to be implemented Tshwane Rapid Transit system, Arayeng. During the past few years Johan has taken a keen interest in the way in which international and national standards could be utilized in the reduction of security risks. He is the first person globally to lead a team which implemented an Organizational Resilience in the Supply Chain based on a six-level Maturity Model. Johan has served as the President of the Security Association of South Africa, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the South African Institute of Security and the Chairman of the South African Security Federation. He is the ASIS International, Senior Regional Vice-President for Southern Africa and has been an active participating member for the past 33 years. He has been a member of ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) for nearly 20 years and is regularly consulted on matters that relate to the combatting of fraud and corruption.