A Complete Risk Mitigation Strategy

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A complete risk mitigation strategy that completely outlines your plans to mitigate risks associated with operating in the 21st century workplace.
This task will be completed using the Risk Management Process this process has the following headings which will be elaborated on during the final project. Background Planning, Asset Analysis, Threat Analysis, vulnerability Analysis, Risk Identification, Risk Analysis, Risk Treatment, Monitoring Risk.
Select an accrediting body to ensure IA is not only a process but a part of organizational culture going forward
While in most cases certification and accreditation is often received from a governmental body some are also received from international sources as well. During this section I will …show more content…

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