IT Risk Management - TRAINING


Contents at a Glance

• The Risk Management Model
• Identifying Risks
• Assessing Risks
• Risk Appetite
• Addressing risk
• Reviewing and reporting risks
• Communication and learning
• The extended enterprise
• Risk Environment and context
• Practical Risk Management and 101 Ways to Cut Business Insurance Costs
• Practical Risk Management covers all the topics discussed in Risk Management in much more detail than here, but still in small enough bites to be digestible and useful to any business executive charged with managing risk or buying insurance.
• 101 Ways to Cut Business Insurance Costs is an assembly of proven risk management and insurance purchasing tactics for reducing the cost of the insurance policies that businesses buy and which can be implemented by any insurance buyer

Course Summary and Details

While it seems intimidating to many businesspeople—possibly because of the unique vocabulary that risk and insurance professionals use—the risk management process is not really difficult to understand. It is simply a common-sense approach to using a number of readily available tools to handle an organization’s risk in the most cost-efficient manner possible.
To be truly successful, however, risk management must permeate an organization. A risk manager or even a department full of risk managers cannot maximize the benefits of the process without the understanding, cooperation, and active support of others within the organization.
Thus, one of the most important roles of risk professionals is educating others within their organizations (or their clients’ organizations) about the process and how to properly apply it. For this reason, we have had many requests over the years to prepare a publication that provides a simple and easy-to-read explanation of the risk management process—a guide that insurance professionals could provide to their clients and risk managers could give to business and financial managers to acquaint them with the risk management process.
That is why we jumped at the opportunity to commission Dr. George Head to write this introductory text. George is a true pioneer of risk management education, and he has learned over the years how to make it interesting. Risk Management: Why and How begins with a case study about a fire that destroys the Arapaho, a hypothetical garage and apartment complex in Georgia. George then explores ways the risk management process might have been employed to avoid the fire entirely, minimize the damage, or at least ensure a financial recovery by its owners.
It is our sincere hope that Risk Management: Why and How will fill the need for an easy-tounderstand introduction to risk management and the risk management process for organizations large and small. To facilitate widespread distribution of Risk Management: Why and How, we have decided to make it available to select IRMI customers and friends at no cost.

IT Risk Management Training Course - OUTLINES


Basic Definitions

• Risk
• Risk Management
• Probability Loss
• Peril
• Hazard
• Loss Exposure
• Why We Manage Risk
• Safeguarding Resources
• Preparing for Opportunities
• Limiting Uncertainty
• How We Manage Risk

Evaluate Loss Exposures

• Values Exposed to Loss
• Property
• Key Person
• Freedom from Liability
• Net Income
• Evaluation Tools
• Questionnaires
• Loss Histories
• Financial Statements and Records
• Flowcharts
• Personal Inspections
• Experts
• Impact on Organizational Goals
• Legal Requirements
• Operating Results
• Continuous/Stable Operations
• Growth
• Humanitarian Concerns

Appraise Feasible Risk Management Techniques

• Appraisal Criteria
• Effectiveness Standards
• Financial Standards
• Risk Control
• Exposure Avoidance
• Loss Prevention
• Loss Reduction
• Segregation of Exposures
• Contractual Transfer for Risk Control
• Risk Financing
• Retention
• TransferInsurance Essentials

Establish a Risk Management Program

• Technical Decisions
• Managerial Decisions

Adapt to Change

• Loss Exposures
• Organizational Goals
• Cost and Benefits
• Management Attitudes
• Where To Start—How To Continue
• Anticipate Change
• Link Risk Management to Your Mission
• Follow a Definite Risk Management Process
• Assign Everyone Some Risk Management Responsibilities
• Pair Risk Control and Risk Financing
• Manage Risk Ethically

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