The Security SIG has members from very different areas since “security” is a very generic term. Many members come from the information security field. In addition, areas as different as criminology, air traffic security, organizational accidents, safety are also represented. However, traditionally, the SIG leadership has come from the information security area. The inhomogeneous nature of the SIG and the “bias” of the SIG leadership have made it difficult to establish a forum with continuous activities. Only the subgroup related to information security (the Security Dynamics Network) has so far shown a consistent record of group-based activities. The poster illustrates a project originating within the information security area that has is likely to involve aspects in the fields of safety and criminality/terrorism.