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The Difference Between Risk and Source of Risk

Let’s assume you have completed a detailed risk assessment, have identified a host of additional controls to purchase and... read more

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How to Define Risk Categories

Let’s get this clear from the start – risk categories are important, and it is worth the effort to... read more

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The difference between risks and issues

The international Standard on risk management (Risk Management—Guidelines ISO 31000:2018) defines a risk as “the effect of uncertainty on... read more

Risk appetite vs Risk Tolerance

These are probably two of the most confusing and misunderstood terms in risk management and are often used interchangeably.   The... read more

Multi-dimensional security assessments

Security is complex and multi-dimensional—we have threats, threat vectors, tactics, intention, vulnerabilities, risks, hazards, security controls and a plethora... read more

The difference between threats and hazards

Fundamental to understanding how to undertake threat and hazard assessments is being clear about the difference between a threat... read more

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How to link threat and risk assessments

Practitioners often struggle with linking security threat assessments with risk assessments. Let’s take some time to consider a diagram... read more

The difference between threats and risks

There is much confusion about the difference. It is important to get this clear as failing to do so... read more


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the difference between risk and source of risk

The Difference Between Risk and Source of Risk

Let’s assume you have completed a detailed risk assessment, have identified a host of additional controls to purchase and implement, have the authority to spend $2,000,000 on additional controls and… go out shopping with your “bucket list”. You spend the...

risk categories

How to Define Risk Categories

Let’s get this clear from the start – risk categories are important, and it is worth the effort to get them right. Let’s explore this: Your key corporate assets (both tangible and non-tangible) need to be categorised clearly as these assets...

difference between risks and issues

The difference between risks and issues

The international Standard on risk management (Risk Management—Guidelines ISO 31000:2018) defines a risk as “the effect of uncertainty on objectives”, where an effect may be positive, negative, or both, and can address, create or result in opportunities and threats. In...

Risk appetite vs Risk Tolerance

These are probably two of the most confusing and misunderstood terms in risk management and are often used interchangeably.   The word appetite is useful to understand the notion of how it applies to risk. Risk appetite is the propensity of...

Multi-dimensional security assessments

Security is complex and multi-dimensional—we have threats, threat vectors, tactics, intention, vulnerabilities, risks, hazards, security controls and a plethora of other considerations to take into account when undertaking security assessments. Hence it should not come as a surprise that, to...

The difference between threats and hazards

Fundamental to understanding how to undertake threat and hazard assessments is being clear about the difference between a threat and hazard. Just as there is confusion about the difference between a threat and a risk, there is equal confusion...