Posted by: Robert Davis
Administrative Control, Asset Management, Business Continuity, Continuity Management, Crisis Management, Decision Making, Due Care, Due Diligence, Enterprise Governance, Event Management, Incident Management, Information Technology, IT, IT Management, Management System, Operating Style, Risk Management, Threat Management
Risk management is not an issue any ‘going concern’ should consider a platitude used to demonstrate effective leadership. Those responsible for governance within an enterprise must be, without reservation, administrators dedicated to appropriately handling the risks that their organization encounters. In particular, the risks associated with information and related technology must be comprehensively identified and appropriately managed based on careful consideration of the impact and likelihood of the projected occurrence of detrimental events. It is in this arena that organizational risk management commonly fails to accurately portray the environmental landscape enabling resource optimization of initial investments and operational maintenance for IT.