10 risk factors no one talks about

10 risk factors no one talks about

The traditional risk management factors you are all taught include the staid process of categorizing potential threats and risks, evaluating their likelihood of occurrence, and estimating the damage that would result from them if not mitigated. The costs of the potential mitigations and controls are measured against the potential damage. Mitigations are put in place if they are cheaper and better to implement than allowing the risks and threats to occur.

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