Debunking the Complexity of Risk Quantification
Sponsored by Archer
This event qualifies for 1 CPE credit accredited by GRC Certify and NASBA if you meet the completion criteria (50 minutes of attendance and answer 100% of polls presented). Credit is automatically tracked to all of your OCEG / GRC Certify certifications and recorded on your CPE Transcript. You will also receive a NASBA certificate of completion by email.
Join us for a discussion of how a quantitative approach to risk management can offer a reliable way to measure risk and ultimately boost the overall performance of your business.
- Discover how foundational risk management principles lend themselves to risk quantification.
- Gain an understanding of the benefits and impact of adopting risk quantification for your enterprise risk management program.
- Learn strategies to overcome challenges associated with implementing quantitative risk management.
You're well aware of how crucial it is to bring consistency to risk management strategies. Qualitative and semi quantitative heat maps are limited in their ability to describe risk in a faithful way that is understood by both risk owners and executives. That's where a quantitative approach to risk management comes in. It offers a reliable way to measure risk, providing you and your executive team with concrete analysis and insights to make well-informed decisions, ultimately boosting the overall performance of your business.
Now, don't be fooled into thinking that risk quantification is solely for mature organizations, cyber-centric risks, or niche parts of your risk management program. Think again! The objective of your risk management program is to understand the risk landscape, make sense of risks for use in decision support. An enterprise approach to risk quantification delivers on the promise of the risk management program.
Shelley Migliore, Go To Market Lead, Enterprise Risk Quantification, Archer
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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