3 edition of Threat and risk analysis in the context of strategic forecasting found in the catalog.
Threat and risk analysis in the context of strategic forecasting
by Institute for Strategic Studies, University of Pretoria in Pretoria
Written in English
|Statement||M. Hough, A. du Plessis, G.P.H. Kruys.|
|Series||Ad hoc publication -- no. 45., Ad hoc publication (University of Pretoria. Institute for Strategic Studies) -- no. 45.|
|Contributions||Du Plessis, Anton., Kruys, G. P. H., University of Pretoria. Institute for Strategic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HM1101 .H68 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2009428477|
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The word risk is used in the sense of ‘chance’, and the word threat is used in the sense of ‘warning’, and this is the main difference between the two words. Strategic Planning And Forecasting Fundamentals J. Scott Armstrong From Kenneth Albert (ed.), The Strategic Management Handbook.
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Remember, probability is a forecasting technique based on the premise that you can forecast threat probability with reliable precision. Thus, in many cases you may be forcing decisions based on probability forecasts that are nothing more than guesswork.
Nonetheless, incorporating probability into a risk analysis continues to be a popular topic. In this context, the more immediate threats are sometimes referred to as 'security threats' and the less urgent as 'security risks', or 'potential' threats.
The element of uncertainty related to potential threat or risk in this regard, can be expressed in speculative terms or in probabilistic terms. Strategic Risk Forecast makes a future-oriented analysis of the forces that affects corporations.
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no. of identified threats and opportunities, distribution of risks across risk categories, metrics and trends) on overall project risk. It also includes a summary information on individual project risks. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis. Risk and threat assessment are the pillars of security risk management and as such, vital methods towards cyber-protection and cyber-risk mitigation.
Work on risk and threat management has been central component of ENISA work for some years now.Stephen D. Gantz, Daniel R. Philpott, in FISMA and the Risk Management Framework, Information Security Risk. Information security risk comprises the impacts to an organization and its stakeholders that could occur due to the threats and vulnerabilities associated with the operation and use of information systems and the environments in which those systems operate.