We recently hosted a roundtable focused on optimizing risk and exposure management with data insights. For financial institutions and insurers, risk and exposure management has always been a fundamental tenet of the business. Now, risk management has become exponentially complicated in multiple dimensions. In this session we explored what firms are doing to approach the uncertainty with more predictability.
Digital transformation is vital to business today. However, it can increase digital risks, which can take many forms. To help ensure your organization is protected against business disruptions, noncompliance, and errors, you need a robust digital risk management program. Our three-part Managing Digital Risk and Beyond webinar series is designed to help you prepare for, manage, and address digital risks in your organization: Develop a risk management program
Emergency risk management (ERM) is the process of identifying potential threats and minimizing the impact of disasters on business operations and people. The process requires leaders within an organization to determine how they will keep stakeholders informed and safe during critical events. Leaders must also craft disaster recovery plans to quickly remedy the effects of a catastrophic event on communities, government agencies and organizations.
Risk management framework helps you to set up a structured process for information security and risk management activities. Here, we explain what is the risk management framework (RMF), what are RMF controls, and how you can comply with RMF controls. Read along or jump ahead to the section that interests you the most.