On Risk Management, Business Continuity, and Security
|24 April, 2017|
The second definition is used in financial auditing, where it refers to the risk of a material misstatement of facts prior to (or excluding the possible effects of) any internal controls. With the ISO standardization of risk management, its use in business continuity is becoming more frequent.
See Also: Residual Risk.
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