In this edition of the @ISACA newsletter, I tackle the common problem of shared risk ownership. The behavioral economics of this scenario makes it a challenging one to solve. I’m interested in hearing any solutions you may have found to be useful.
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Amish Approaches to Risk Management
I’ve been watching Amish Mafia lately (a guilty pleasure). That got me to thinking about the role of shunning in good risk management (because this is how my mind works, apparently). We want our leadership to take good, appropriate levels of risk, which is a way of saying there are good behaviors to which we would likeContinue reading “Amish Approaches to Risk Management”
Who Owns Loss Owns Risk
My @ISACA column was published recently on risk ownership. Its a problem all risk professionals have to deal with at some point in their careers: when IT is expected to own what is ultimately business risk. I use absurdity to illustrate how absurd this is ;-) You can read the column here.