Risks: better to prevent than to cure
By knowing which vulnerabilities, threats and risks apply to your organization, you can immediately respond to the consequences. The sooner you take action to prevent or mitigate the effects of risks, the more time and money you save.
Is the organization implementing a new system, for example? During the procurement process, already look at the risks in the field of privacy and security. Would you like to invest in good risk management within your organization? Then start by performing a risk analysis. This will give you insight into the risks within the organization and which ones need to be addressed.
Next, you make sure that certain risks are reduced as much as possible. Finally, you analyze whether the approach to the risks is working and whether new risks are emerging.
In this white paper we cover:
- What does a risk analysis help with?
- Step 1 the gap analysis
- Step 2 the baseline test
- Step 3 the analysis
- Step 4 the measures
- Duties and Responsibilities
- Getting started: by yourself or with guidance?