Wednesday, March 7, 2012


Risk potential is everywhere around us... do you know the potential risks to your organization? Identifying risk is the first step in mitigating it, and it should be the first step you take in your business continuity efforts. If you haven’t done so, you can still assess your organizational risks and adjust your plan accordingly. This week’s articles should help.

One of the most prevalent risks in the 21st century is reputation risk. (Item #1) How secure is your IT and, therefore, your ability to function as an organization? (Item #2) If you haven’t done a thorough risk assessment, there are some techniques to help you through this process. (Item #3)

Here are some steps in identifying business risk. (Item #4) If you’re at a loss as to where to begin, these top 10 methods for identifying business risk should help put you on the right track. (Item #5) Determining your risk from natural disasters can be tricky, but this article can help you out with this. (Item #6) 

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