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The events of September 11th served as a wake-up call to many businesses which, post Y2K had become complacent about their enterprise risk. Crisis management and business continuity planning are vital to the continuing success of any business, more so than ever with the increasing reliance on IT and communications systems. The ramifications of IT risk extend far beyond technology and, as this briefing shows, credit risk, operational risk, market and business risk are all interrelated. This briefing provides you with a 'how to' guide to identifying, mitigating and preparing for a range of business risks so as to limit their impact on the business and allow operations to resume as soon as possible. Ignoring the need to manage business risk could be greatest risk you take. Contents include: *Executive summary *Introduction to enterprise risk analysis, management and business continuity *Definitions and types of enterprise risk *What is enterprise risk management *The phases of ERM: review, respond, repair *Developing an enterprise risk management program *Enterprise risk management and technology
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