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Ten Cyber and IT Risk Fundamentals You Must Get Right

Summary

Security and risk management (SRM) leaders struggle to mature their cyber and IT risk management practices beyond conducting risk assessments. A set of fundamental risk management processes are essential to manage cyber and IT risk for their organizations.

Published: 19 October 2021

ID: G00743956

Analyst(s): Claude Mandy Jie Zhang

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Note 1: Definition of Cyber and IT Risk

Note 2: Analysis of current industry standards

Note 3: Project Life Cycle

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