On Risk Management, Business Continuity, and Security
|29 March, 2017|
Consequence Categories provide a useful method to group consequences together by similarity so that they can be easily compared.
(Consequences are adverse external events which may occur as a result of a disruption.)
If a consequence has not been assigned a category, it will automatically be assigned to the special All Consequences category.
You can create additional categories by right-clicking on the All Consequences category. You can assign a consequence to a particular category by dragging an dropping it.
A consequence can be placed in more than one category by holding down the CTRL key when dragging and dropping it.
Note that some of these sections will be omitted if they are not relevant.
|Description||A short description of the organization unit.|
|Parent Consequence Category||Any activity category of which this category forms part.|
|Consequences in this Category||A list of consequences in this category with selected information about them. Click on a consequence name for detailed information about that consequence.|
|Sub-Categories||A list of any sub-categories defined for this category.|
|Notes||A section intended for additional notes on such topics as how any data was gathered and what assumptions were made.|
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