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PAD3113EXECUTIVELEADERSHIP17021713-MODULESEVENRESEARCHASSIGNMENT

PAD3113EXECUTIVELEADERSHIP17021713-MODULESEVENRESEARCHASSIGNMENT

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Ready.gov (2016). Risk Assessment. Retrieved from: In order to access a risk, we need to start with a vulnerability assessment in which we take a look at several factors. A business impact analysis needs to be completed, which includes assets at risk, which include: people, property, supply chain, systems / equipment, information technology, business operations, reputation, and the environment. The vulnerability of these assets needs to be calculated in order to determine the impact analysis, which is how these people, systems, and reputations could be affected depending on the vulnerability. Vulnerability can be reduced by investigating in mitigation, or a system, or policy that is in place in order to retard damage to the above assets.
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  • Summer '15
  • Business operations, Risk Assessment. Retrieved, mitigation techniques. Mitigation

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