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Risk management is the systematic process of identifying, assessing, and prioritizing potential risks or uncertainties that may adversely affect an organization’s objectives, resources, or reputation.
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Investigating a Marginalized Business Asset: Opportunity Risk
Laura Ann Jones (Capitol Technology University, USA) and Ian McAndrew (Capitol Technology University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1906-2.ch002
Abstract
This study explores the concept of opportunity risks, which involve pursuing uncertainties to achieve favorable outcomes. The goal of this study is to offer practical applications for opportunity risk management in the cybersecurity environments of organizations that seek to include this often-overlooked factor in their decision-making process. Opportunity risks are significant to cybersecurity environments and industries seeking to enhance their decision-making processes and risk response options. Despite the need for better decision-making approaches in a world that is increasing in hyper-intelligence and technological transformation, opportunity risk remains a marginalized business asset. This research sheds light on a more balanced approach to managing risks. A systematic literature review was the primary research method used in this study to investigate opportunity risk. This study aims to identify and evaluate relevant theories, approaches, and techniques for leveraging the favorable side of risks.
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Reinvigorating Organizational Effectiveness and Sustainability Through Risk Assessment Tools Within the Construction Industry
Risk management has been defined as the systematic implementation of management policies and practices for the purpose of establishing the perspectives of risk scenarios. Further it is a process of identifying, analyzing, evaluating, treating, monitoring, communicating and reviewing risk.
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A Composite Risk Model for Optimizing Information System Security
The practice of identifying and analyzing potential risks in advance and taking precautionary steps to limit risk.
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Activity: Initializing the IT Audit Report
Refers to a systematic approach for identifying risk and defining the impact on an enterprise’s ability to provide goods and services ( Davis, 2008 ).
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eRiskGame: A Persistent Browser-Based Game for Supporting Project-Based Learning in the Risk Management Context
Activity linked to the Management Projects which deals with the monitoring and eventual combat to the risks involved in a software project.
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Risk Management in the Digital Economy
The range of activities that may be taken to avoid the occurrence of an undesirable event or to modify, minimize, or eliminate the consequences should the event occur (e.g., an insurance policy against particular risks would not prevent the occurrence, but would compensate for the financial and other consequences of the outcome).
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Communication and Coordination Issues in Managing Distributed Scrum Teams
Defining and implementing procedures to assess the risks faced by an organization, with the goal of taking appropriate preventive measures.
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Aligning Risk Perspectives Between the Chief Risk Officer and the Chief Information Security Officer
Risk management is the systematic process of identifying, evaluating, prioritizing, and addressing potential threats, uncertainties, and opportunities that an organization may encounter in achieving its objectives.
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CAMCE: A Framework for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation
Is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events
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SMEs in the Face of Crisis: The Supply Chain Risk Management Perspective
A business process, which includes identifying and evaluating different risks, followed by an approach to control and monitor their development.
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Information Security Threats in Public and Private Organizations: Evidence From Romania
The implementation and updating of methods and tools to minimize risks associated with the information system of an organization, such as the Information Security policies, procedures and practices associated formalized and adopted other means in order to bring these risks to acceptable levels.
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Using Blockchain for Smart Contracts
The act of handling the risk exposure through mitigation, acceptance, sharing and avoidance.
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Cybersecurity Risks in Romanian Companies
The implementation and updating of methods and tools to minimize risks associated with the information system of an organization, such as the Information Security policies, procedures and practices associated formalized and adopted other means in order to bring these risks to acceptable levels.
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Cyberaccounting for the Leaders of the Future
The implementation and updating of methods and tools to minimize risks associated with the information system of an organization, such as the Information Security policies, procedures and practices associated formalized and adopted other means in order to bring these risks to acceptable levels.
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Cognitive Integrated Business Planning
Risk management is the process of doing what-if scenarios to enable risk mitigation strategies so as to minimize the impact of unfortunate events.
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GIS and Remote Sensing in Environmental Risk Assessment
The responding practices to better mitigate hazards or recover from any associated adversary impact. Typically, effective risk management includes pre-disaster mitigation planning by means of insurance, land use regulation, and technology; rapid and effective emergency responses during the emergency; post-disaster recovery and rebuilding management; and increased public awareness education.
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ICT Security Policy: Challenges and Potential Remedies
The identification, assessment, and prioritization of vulnerability risks followed by coordinated and application of measures to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of threats and attacks.
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Information Security Management and Security Reporting
A process that includes activities for the identification, estimation, evaluation, and treatment of risks.
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Enterprise Resource Planning System Risks and Rewards
A system designed to avoid “problems during a project, which can lead to deviation from project goals, timetables, and cost estimations (Zafiropoulos et al., 2005).
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Natural Disasters and Risk Management: A Theoretical Overview
A set of planned actions - projects and programs, and tools used to reduce disaster risk or mitigate damage.
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Knowledge Systems and Risk Management: Towards a Risk and Threat Assessment Framework
The process of identifying risk, assessing risk and taking steps to manage risk by reducing risks to an acceptable level (NIST SP 800-37 rev 2, 2018).
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Technical Risk Management
A process to identify and quantify sources of technical risks and their program impacts and find ways to avoid or control them. (Babcock, 2007, p. 217)
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Intentional Food Contamination in the Food Supply Chain: Proposal of a Management System for its Prevention
Is the identification, analysis, assessment, control, and avoidance, minimization, or elimination of unacceptable risks. An organization may use risk assumption, risk avoidance, risk retention, risk transfer, or any other strategy (or combination of strategies) in proper management of future events.
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Artificial Intelligence and Investing
The process of managing the uncertainty in investment decision-making.
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GIS and Remote Sensing in Environmental Risk Assessment and Management
The responding practices to better mitigate hazards or recover from any associated adversary impact. Typically, effective risk management includes pre-disaster mitigation planning by means of insurance, land use regulation, and technology; rapid and effective emergency responses during the emergency; post-disaster recovery and rebuilding management; and increased public awareness education.
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The Operational Risk Assessments in Manufacturing Industry
Risk management is a managerial process that includes identification, analysis, assessment and control of risks which are exposed.
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A Framework for Risk Management in AI System Development Projects
Process of identifying and assessing risks in order to develop strategies to manage risks.
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Security of Infrastructure Systems: Infrastructure Security Assessment
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Risk Management for Traditional and Innovative Contracts
The act of handling the risk exposure through mitigation, acceptance, sharing and avoidance. It includes the ability to handle information and technology risks based on stakeholders’ risk parameters.
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Threat and Risk Assessment Using Continuous Logic
Identify, evaluate, and assign priority to the potential risks with the goal of defining the methods, resources to minimize or mitigate the outcomes from the risk. Closely related with Risk Assessment.
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Methodology for Cyber Security Risk Mitigation in Next Generation SCADA Systems
The processes to manage information security risk to organizational functionality and assets, individuals, other organizations, etc. Risk management includes risk analysis, assessing risk, risk strategy choosing, security measurements implementation and monitoring risk over time.
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Supply Chain Logistics Risk Mitigation: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
The act of detecting, evaluating, and managing threats to a firm's capital and profitability.
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Future of Jobs and Humans in a Tech-Centric World
It refers to the set of processes through which a company identifies, analyzes, quantifies, eliminates, and monitors the risks associated with a given production process.
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Autonomous Integrated Business Planning
Risk management is the process of doing what-if scenarios to enable risk mitigation strategies so as to minimize the impact of unfortunate events.
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Decision Support Software
Decisions to accept exposure or to reduce vulnerabilities by either mitigating the risks or applying cost effective controls.
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Web-Based Information Systems in Construction Industry: A Case Study for Healthcare Projects
A form of decision-making technique that involves identification and assessment of possible risk events, then generating a response plan to reduce and/or control these risks to an acceptable level.
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HRIS Readiness Among Faculties in B Schools for Human Development
The process by which a company evaluates and reduces its risk exposure. This includes actions, policies, and procedures that management implements to reduce the likelihood and severity of adverse outcomes and to increase the likelihood and benefits of positive outcome.
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Review of Big Data Applications in Finance and Economics
It involves prediction of bankruptcy of a firm (i.e., credit risk), detection of fraud (i.e., operational risk), or prediction of future stock returns (i.e., market risk).
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Knowledge Sharing and IT/Business Partnership: An Integrated View of Risk Management
Risk management is a process of simplifying the decision problem aiming at reforming it in certain way that allows excluding the risk.
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Dynamic Risk Assessment in IT Environments: A Decision Guide
A general process to handle risks as it serves to identify, assess, prioritize, mitigate, and track them.
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COVID-19 Pandemic: Impacts on Supply Chain Sustainability
It is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling threats to an organization’s capital and earnings, from a variety of sources including strategic management errors, accidents, and natural disasters.
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Estimating Risk with Copulas
The concept involves actions aimed at maintaining an adequate profitability (return on investments), solvency margin (assets in excess of liabilities), increase of the company’s shareholder value, as well as risk reduction (for example by hedging and diversification). The conceptual term ‘risk management’ is to be distinguished from the technical term ‘risk measurement’. For example, in the Value-at-Risk setting, the latter term describes the construction of a portfolio profit and loss distribution and the calculation of certain percentile.
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Information Security and Risk Management
An organization’s risk assessment and risk mitigation
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Managing E-Collaboration Risks in Business Process Outsourcing
The process of evaluating and selecting alternative responses to risk.
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Internal Audit Structure and Fraud Risk Assessment From a Regulatory Perspective: An Insight Into the Turkish Financial Services Sector
Managing the uncertainty of components in such a way that either they are eliminated or reduced.
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A Process Architecture Approach to Manage Health Process Reforms
Is the culture, processes and structures that are directed towards realizing potential opportunities whilst managing adverse effects.
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Project-Based Software Risk Management Approaches
The disciple of managing risks using strategies such as planning, assessment, analysis, and control of risks.
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Risk and Governance Considerations in Cloud Era
The act of handling the risk exposure through mitigation, acceptance, sharing and avoidance. It includes the ability to handle information and technology risks based on stakeholders’ risk parameters.
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A Knowledge-Based Risk-Driven Model Supporting Collaborative Online Course Creation
A set of activities that are undertaken to recognize risks and to plan for their avoidance, reduction, or removal.
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Strategic Disaster Management: The Case of Turkey
Includes all measures which reduce disaster related losses of life, property, or assets by either reducing the hazard or vulnerability of the elements at risk.
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IT-Enabled Reengineering: Productivity Impacts
Refers to a continuous process of identifying, assessing, and reducing a risk factor to an acceptable level, and implementing the right mechanisms to maintain that level of risk. Established risk management strategies include avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, accepting some or all of the consequences of the risk, or transferring the risk to another party through insurance.
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Assurance for Change Management With COBIT 2019 and CMMC Maturity Frameworks
A systematic approach to identifying threats and controlling the impact of uncertain events as a consequence of their realization.
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Practical Align Overview of the Main Frameworks Used by the Companies to Prevent Cyber Incidents
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Transparency and Integrity Methods for Public Utilities Systems
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Proactive Information Security Strategy for a Secure Business Environment
The implementation and updating of methods and tools to minimize risks associated with the information system of an organization, such as the Information Security policies, procedures and practices associated formalized and adopted other means in order to bring these risks to acceptable levels.
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A Process Architecture Approach to Manage Health Process Reforms
Is the culture, processes and structures that are directed towards realizing potential opportunities whilst managing adverse effects.
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Assessing ERP Risks and Rewards
A system designed to avoid “problems during a project, which can lead to deviation from project goals, timetables, and cost estimations” ( Zafiropoulos et al., 2005 , p. 213).
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From Information Governance to IT Governance: An Overview of Issues and Frameworks for Large Organizations
The main focus on the risk control of the enterprise, transparency about the significant risks.
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Financial Analytics With Big Data
The process of identifying, assessing, and controlling threats of unfortunate events to an organization's capital and earnings.
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Industry Process Safety: Major Accident Risk Assessment
An overall risk management process involving both risk assessment and risk reduction through technical and organizational barriers.
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Knowledge Management and Risk Management
The overall process that a financial institution follows to define a business strategy to identify the risks to which it is exposed, to quantify those risks and to understand and control the nature of the risks it faces. (Cumming & Hirtle, 2001) A specific application of knowledge in order to control deviations from strategic objectives, shareholders’ values and stakeholders’ relationships.
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The Reasons Leading Businesses to Concordat and Solution Suggestions
It is expressed as a process consisting of pre-defining, evaluating, managing and controlling possible events and situations in order to provide reasonable assurance for the organization to achieve its objectives.
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Are Risks in IT Global and Local Projects the Same?: Systematic Literature Review of the Last 20 Years
Process of identifying, analyzing, defining strategies to deal with the more concerning risks, which can be threats or opportunities to project objectives. In the process, it is included the control of the risks throughout the life cycle of the project.
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Financial Literacy and Innovation Performance in SMEs: The Mediating Effect of Risk-Taking
Process of identifying, assessing, and controlling the internal and external risks faced by a company.
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Health Communication Strategies: Crisis Management and Infodemic During COVID-19
A process of making and implementing decisions that will minimize the negative effects of a risk.
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The International Experience in Security Risk Analysis Methods
A process conducted by the board of directors, the managers and others within an organization, in order to identify potential events that may affect the organization to manage the risks to the organization and to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of organizational objectives.
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Image Processing and Post-Data Mining Processing for Security in Industrial Applications: Security in Industry
Identification, evaluation, and prioritization of followed by application of resources able to minimize, monitor, and control the probability or impact of unfortunate events and health accidents.
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Dynamics of Sustainable Supply Chain Management in the Post-COVID-19 Era: A Bibliometric Literature Review
Risk management is the systematic identification and evaluation of risks at every level with a certain method to achieve the objectives of the organisations, monitoring this process in a way that ensures effective operation.
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Analysis of Possible Future Global Scenarios in the Field of Cyber Warfare: National Cyber Defense and Cyber Attack Capabilities
Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks (defined in ISO 31000 as the effect of uncertainty on objectives) followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities.
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Turning Weakness into Strength: How to Learn From an IT Security Incident
Risk management covers the implementation of information security in practice. Risk management is how information security is performed in modern organizations through the analysis and evaluation of vulnerabilities against threats to determine risk and the mitigation of that risk based on organizational priorities ( Fenz et al., 2011 ; Schuesster, 2013 ; Tohidi, 2011 ). This is primarily a preventive framework designed to prevent information security incidents from occurring in secure networks.
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Importance of Risk Management and Risk Management Process
Consists of risk identification, risk assessment, selection and application of risk management strategies, and evaluation and reporting of the process.
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Applying Artificial Intelligence to Financial Investing
The process of managing the uncertainty in investment decision-making.
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Governance of Knowledge Management
A tactic to minimize the susceptibility of the KM strategy to risk and subsequent failure or ineffectiveness. Risk must be analyzed to assess the potential exposure to the chance of human or infrastructural barriers. Example of these risks may include: (1) management culture in the organization that hinders KM, (2) the philosophy of KM is not understood in the organization and (3) conflicts of organizational priorities (4) the development of criterion for knowledge collection is clouded. Risk may also threaten operational or to financial elements of the strategy. Examples of risks to processes may include: (a) an understanding of the knowledge types and artefacts associated with specific business functions (b) current informal organic knowledge transfer strategies and systems (c) risks associated with system development (d) managing the changes and their implementation and additionally managing the expectations if staff and of executive management.
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Applying Artificial Intelligence to Financial Investing
The process of managing the uncertainty in investment decision-making.
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National Security Policy and Strategy and Cyber Security Risks
The process of identifying, analysing, assessing, and communicating risk and accepting, avoiding, transferring or controlling it to an acceptable level considering associated costs and benefits of any actions taken.
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Enterprise Information System Security: A Life-Cycle Approach
This includes the process of assigning priority to, budgeting, implementing and maintaining the appropriate risk-reducing measures.
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Robust Supply Chain Risk Management
Is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks (as the effect of uncertainty on objectives, whether positive or negative) followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities.
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Advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)
Identifies, assesses, & mitigates potential risks (financial, operational, legal, environmental) to ensure project success.
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Default Probability Prediction of Credit Applicants Using a New Fuzzy KNN Method with Optimal Weights
Identifying, investigating, valuating, controlling, avoiding, minimizing, or eliminating offensive risks.
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How Can a Cybersecurity Student Become a Cybersecurity Professional and Succeed in a Cybersecurity Career?
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Artificial Intelligence and Investing
The process of managing the uncertainty in investment decision-making.
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Big Data Analytics in Retail Supply Chain
A process of forecasting and evaluation of financial risks together with the identification of procedures to avoid or minimize their impact.
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IT Governance in the Public Sector in a Developing Country
Is one of the IT governance focus areas that require risk awareness by senior corporate officers, a clear understanding of the enterprise’s appetite for risk, understanding of compliance requirements, transparency about the significant risks to the enterprise, and embedding of risk management responsibilities in the organization.
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Sustainable Value Chains: A Critical Analysis of Sustainable Supply Chain Failures in Developing and Developed Economies
This refers to the identification, analysis, acceptance, and management of risk in order to reduce any adverse effect from a decision or venture.
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Management and Cost Estimation of Security Projects
is a methodical approach that aims to control risk through developing systems and procedures allowing managers to anticipate, identify, estimate and effectively dealing with risks inherent to any project.
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Transforming the Travel Landscape: Smart Contracts in Tourism Management
The identification, assessment, and mitigation of potential risks in travel services, improved by smart contracts automating insurance processes.
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Exploring the Risks That Affect Community College Decision Makers
Risk management identifies, assesses, treats, and monitors risks during the entire life cycle, responding to each risk in terms of appropriate treatment and acceptance (ISO/IEC 15288, an industry standard).
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Imperatives of Risk Analysis and Asset Management on Cyber Security in a Technology-Driven Economy
Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling financial, legal, strategic, and security risks to an organization's capital and earnings.
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Enterprise Risk Management and Bankruptcy
It is the discipline to live with the possibility of future events having adverse effects.
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A Fuzzy Group Decision-Making Approach to Construction Project Risk Management
Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks (defined in ISO 31000 as the effect of uncertainty on objectives) followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. Risk management’s objective is to assure uncertainty does not deflect the endeavor from the business goals.
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E-Government and Digital Transformation: A Conceptual Framework for Risk Factors Identification
An iterative process including the steps of risk identification and analysis, risk assessment and prioritization, risk treatment, risk monitoring and control, and risk capitalization and documentation.
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Business Continuity of Critical Infrastructures for Safety and Security Incidents
An ongoing process of activities aimed towards safeguarding an organization from uncertainties which can negatively impact its objectives
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Cybersecurity Risk: Assessment and Management
It entails assessing risks and vulnerabilities, as well as taking administrative and thorough measures to ensure that a business is effectively secured. Traditional risk management principles are applied to digital systems and infrastructure in cybersecurity risk management.
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The Effect of Innovative Contracts on the Business Behaviors in the Context of IoT
The act of handling the risk exposure through mitigation, acceptance, sharing and avoidance.
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Industrial Occupational Safety: Industry 4.0 Upcoming Challenges
The overall process of risk avoidance, mitigation and / or control, encompassing risk assessment, which in turn encompasses risk analysis.
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Risk Assessment in the Information Technology Industry: An Imperative Phenomenon
The process of assessing and evaluating the various internal and external threats within organisation, so to mitigate them and bring stability within organisations.
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Does the Industry for Cannabis Provide More Challenges in Its Insurance Provision?: A Case of Global Perspective
Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling threats to a company’s resources
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Telecommunication Investments Analysis: A Multi-Criteria Model
The process of identifying different types of risks, assessing their relative importance for the project, and implementing strategies for managing risk.
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Health Risk Communication and Media
The process of identifying, assessing, and controlling threats.
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Health, Safety, and Security as a Part of Events Management
The process of anticipating, preventing, and minimizing potential costs, losses or problems for the event, organizer, the participants, and the audience.
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Artificial Intelligence Effects on Contracts and Contracting
The act of handling the risk exposure through mitigation, acceptance, sharing and avoidance.
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Information Security Policies
The process of identifying and analyzing and proposing ways of mitigating risks.
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Inclusive Entrepreneurship for the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises: The Economic Perspective
It is usually the financial interpretation that refers to the practice of identifying potential risks in advance, analyse them and take precautionary measures to reduce or to eliminate those possible risks.
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