An organsation's ability to deliver value to its stakeholders directly correlates to its ability to manage risk. Risk management is not an exact science because identifying all possible outcomes, assigning probabilities to each and estimating the expected financial impact is often based on judgment and estimates, not on hard quantitative data. Fortunately, errors in estimates may average out and result in a reasonable risk model. However, if significant risk blind spots exist, the organisation will be overexposed to risk and may suffer unexpected losses.
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- The most common control categories for information security and compliance risk
- How the realities of the mobile workforce, transient devices and cloud applications introduce an unknown level of risk
- The importance of continuous asset visibility to eliminate the risk blind spot