Safe and Secure

Abstract:A federal agency, not named for security reasons, made decisions about security and emergency response investment based on a strategic-risk method. Risk management was necessary to maintain security in the face of lower budgets, manpower reductions and changing threats. The risk management cycle consists of six steps: defining the context, identifying potential risk, assessing and analyzing the risk, developing alternatives, deciding and implementing, and evaluating and monitoring. The agency’s mathematical approach to the first three steps has resulted in a significant reduction in life-threatening security vulnerabilities and overall risk across the agency’s many …

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Very article for quality auditors guidance. High-quality article on RM.
--Abdullahi A Ibrahim, 12-09-2012

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