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Risk Management Discussion Points

Organizations should define level of risk it can live with

Risk appetite: it defines quantity and nature of risk which organizations are willing to accept as tradeoffs between perfect security and unlimited accessibility.

Residual risk: risk which has not been completely removed, shifted, or planned for. The following Figure illustrates how residual risks remains after safeguards are employed.

 

 

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