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Current Risk Topics

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CONCEPTS
KEY
1
TECHNOLOGICAL AND USER RISK MANAGEMENT
2
IT RISK IN THE COMPANY AND AVAILABLE CONTROLS
3
MOST COMMON IT RISK CONTROL TOOLS
4
ADVANTAGES OF USING PROPER TOOLS AND PRACTICES
5
CONCLUSIONS ON TOOLS AND PRACTICES
6
OTHER TOOLS AND RESIDUAL RISKS TO BE CONSIDERED
7
CHRONIC OR ACCEPTED RISKS, RESULTING FROM A TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENT IN DAILY LIFE
8
ACCIDENTAL RISKS OR UNFORESEEN UNWANTED RESULTS OF TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENT
9
RISKS OF BIOLOGICAL NATURE BUT INVOLVING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGIES

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Objectives

  • List and understand security requirements of business resources as exposure to threat increases.

  • Shift the above criteria to the area of IT controls required in an increasingly technological organisation.

  • Define and limit continuity and contingency plans according to process criticality in each type of company.

  • Identify and rate the most common tools for corporate risks in the present market, including new arising trends.

  • Identify other types of risks in different situations where technology is involved.

  

MÓDULES

TECHNOLOGICAL AND USER RISK MANAGEMENT
  • Economic Developments

  • The Connected Economy

  • New threats

IT RISK IN THE COMPANY AND AVAILABLE CONTROLS
  • Loss of information costs

  • Information Security Criteria

  • Elements of Computer Risk

MOST COMMON IT RISK CONTROL TOOLS
  • IT Risk Management Life Cycle

  • Information Security Management System

  • Different types of Information Security Controls

ADVANTAGES OF USING PROPER TOOLS AND PRACTICES
  • Threats to Confidentiality

  • Threats to Integrity

  • Threats to Availability

CONCLUSIONS ON TOOLS AND PRACTICES
  • The 4 Points of View on Threats

  • The Consideration of Information

  • Outsourcing and Employees as Threats

OTHER TOOLS AND RESIDUAL RISKS TO BE CONSIDERED
  • Protection as a Weighted Sum

  • Contingency and Update Plan

  • Critical Asset Discrimination and Collaboration

CHRONIC OR ACCEPTED RISKS, RESULTING FROM A TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENT IN DAILY LIFE
  • Risks associated with domestic, industrial or professional activities

  • Risks associated with sporting activities

  • Risks associated with everyday places or travel

ACCIDENTAL RISKS OR UNFORESEEN UNWANTED RESULTS OF TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENT
  • Risks related to industrial production

  • Risks related to hazardous materials storage

  • Risks involved in the breakdown of civil engineering works and accidents of vehicles transporting dangerous goods

  • Risks associated with the exploitation of mining resources, Collapses, Instability of slopes near the entrances, Instability of wells (access or ventilation wells), Water pollution. Fracking

  • Risks associated with past human activity: Old factories, Landfill (pollution, fire)

RISKS OF BIOLOGICAL NATURE BUT INVOLVING THE USE OF TECHNOLOGIES
  • Epidemic and pandemic risks

  • Risks from transgenic or genetically modified species

  • Food risks

  • Biotechnological risks

  • Risk of multi-resistance of pathogens

  • Risk of nosocomial diseases.

  • Risks of development in defective products.

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