In a perfect world, an organization’s approach to Risk Management starts with planning. Corporate objectives and regulatory requirements are identified. Any risks related to these requirements are identified and assessed.
Policy & Control
Policies and Controls and procedures are documented.
Audit or Test the effectiveness of the controls to see which ones are working and which are not.
A result of the control process is a monitoring program. Audit findings and corrective actions are implemented to harden the control environment prior to an event occurring.
Response & Recovery
When an adverse event does occur, a response plan is kicked into gear. Personnel are dispatched to respond to an event.
The incident is documented, everything is collected and categorized.
Information can be processed and analyzed, an investigation can be kicked off to identify root cause.
Perform data analytics and observe patterns that identify behaviors that allow continuous improvement and reduction of incidents over time.
Take a Data-Driven Approach to Risk Management
Look, risk assessments are great, we even have an amazing tool to help you conduct assessments more effectively.
However, the reality is that your organization will make better risk based decisions on cold hard facts. The facts come from data, but where does the data come from?
Resolver believes in a data-driven approach, that’s why our platform ties incident information directly to your risks and regulations. It also ties directly to your controls so that you can see control effectiveness. Incidents start from events, that’s why we’ve built an ingesting engine called Connect to bring in events from outside systems including access controls, network vulnerabilities, or even your video systems.
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