Risk management priorities for the New Year
As the end of 2012 approaches, get ready for a lot of retrospective thoughts as companies ponder what they did right and wrong throughout the year. Roadmaps and operating plans for the fiscal year 2013 have already been established, but the end of the calendar year is nevertheless a good time to talk about what needs to happen in the upcoming year. Dark Reading does us all a favor by putting together seven risk management priorities for 2013.
- Getting quantitative
- Using GRC To Improve Business And IT Processes
- Supply Chain Risk Management
- Human Risks
- Continuous Monitoring
- Speaking The Language
- Incident Preparedness
Do these priorities seem familiar? One could argue that the more things change, the more they stay the same. The list would have worked well for 2012. But within each item, there's a lot going on. While the general issues broadly stay them, the specifics within each issue can change quickly. The idea of using quantitative measures has changed a lot over the years, for example.
- here's the item, which elaborates on each item in more detail