Tools and Ideas for Risk Management and Business Continuity
|17 January, 2017|
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|Risk Assessment Toolkit||
It's a lot of work keeping track of activities, resources, and dependencies to create a Business Impact Analysis ,
a Risk Register, or a Disruption Timeline. The Risk Assessment Toolkit
makes life a lot easier, particularly if you are not satisfied with a purely qualitative analysis.
It also provides a wealth of additional information to help you allocate budgets or manage a disruption.
Find out more about the Risk Assessment Toolkit.
BCP / DRP Articles
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Risk / BIA / BCP
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I recently looked at the threats facing a fairly typical eCommerce website. Here are the threats I identified. What did I miss? (Read More)
After the first debate in the US presidential contest, Donald Trump was able to point to many online polls declaring him the winner. Had he really won? How well do polls help us to assess political risk? (Read More)
I was, perhaps fortunately, not working with any client exposed to the Brexit risk. So when asked for an off-the-cuff opinion on which way the vote would go, I used a quick method of determining risk: I looked at the odds the bookies were offering. Here's why that went badly wrong... (Read More)
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