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Risk Management Process – Part 3c: Risk Control

Zerto

The third crucial step in risk assessment is risk control, which involves crafting effective strategies to mitigate the identified risks. There are four fundamental types of risk control: risk acceptance, risk mitigation, risk avoidance, and risk transfer.

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Risk Management as a Career: A Guide for BCM Professionals

MHA Consulting

Both terms refer to how much risk management is prepared to accept in pursuit of its objectives. Risk appetite is a broader statement of the level of risk that management deems acceptable. Risk tolerance refers to the specific level of risk the company will accept as it pursues a specific objective.

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5 Steps towards an Actionable Risk Appetite

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Risk tolerances, on the other hand, set acceptable levels of variation in performance that can be readily measured. For example, a company that says it doesn’t accept risks that could result in a significant loss of its revenue base is expressing a risk appetite. Risk Appetite. Risk Tolerance.

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A brief guide to cyber security risk assessments

IT Governance BC

Very few organisations have the means to address every risk, so this system helps them dedicate appropriate time and money to the biggest priorities. In the example above, organisations would almost certainly address any risk that scored 12 or more but accept risks that scored 3 or less.

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At Risk of Distraction: The Seductive Appeal of RMIS Software

MHA Consulting

RMIS supports the development and implementation of risk mitigation strategies to reduce the likelihood or impact of identified risks. This may involve implementing controls, transferring risks through insurance, or accepting risks within predefined tolerances. Incident Management.

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The Ultimate Guide to Residual Risk  

MHA Consulting

Risk limitation. A strategy in which measures are taken to reduce risk, short of completely eliminating it. Incorporates a combination of the strategies of risk avoidance and risk acceptance. Risk transfer. Most organizations use some combination of all of these strategies to manage their risks.

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How Generational Diversity and Racial Equity are Getting Companies Future-Ready

Business Resilience Decoded

Avoiding this important topic and all the critical conversations around it means accepting risk in our organizations, so in this episode, Raven Solomon is guiding us through generational diversity to support and recruit employees of all ages, as well as how racial equity is preparing businesses for the future.