Risk Management

Learn the Art of Project Schedule Estimate: 3 Ways

Schedule estimation is a process that needs gradual refinement, to be done in several phases of the project development. Each project estimate should be refined to give a converged estimate towards the project end. When framing plans before starting a project, there is insufficient information to estimate with any degree of accuracy. In this article at The Project Risk Coach, Harry Hall explains ways to combat project estimation challenges and suggests some techniques to respond …

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Tips to ‘Password Protect’ Your Work Problems

Hackers have become the biggest threat for technology. Even password protected documents are not safe anymore, in fact, it’s getting worse. It is crucial to spread awareness among employees not to commit the most common password mistakes and to keep it secure. In this article at Risk Management Magazine, Csaba Krasznay suggests ways to deal with the unfortunate risks of password hacking and keeping the organization data safe with password protection. Security Slab This may …

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How Project Managers Rise in Rough Weather?

The project managers are not fortunate enough to deal with pleasant work conditions every day. They have to deal with various unforeseen circumstances. Each day brings a new challenge or opportunity to them. In this article at Project-Management, Reshmi Sujesh shares a case study to evaluate the role of a project manager, highlighting the situations they deal with. The Case Study A project manager receives a mail from his release manager, right before the launch …

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Guard Your Venture with These Risk Management Tips

The success of a venture largely depends on the company’s ability to recognize and manage risks. Being the second name of the business, risk is everywhere. With the fast-growing digital and interconnected global environment, business risks are occurring with even greater frequency. In this article at Infiniti Research, Anirban Choudhury explains that constant innovations and change in ways to operate have increased the chances of risk in organizations. Therefore, conventional measures are not enough to …

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What Have You Learned from The Previous Cyber Attacks?

Looking and thinking over the past mistakes is a great way to deal with the future. The same concept holds true across every professional domain, especially in the space of cybersecurity. With the increasing incidents of cyber-attacks being reported across the globe, it’s high time for companies to evaluate their existing security strategies and put them to repair. In this article at ZDNet, Danny Palmer emphasizes the need to learn from your previous cyber-attacks and …

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3 Ways to Avoid M&A Pitfalls

Mergers and acquisitions fall under the portfolio of the strategic leadership in a company. Thus, decisions revolving around M&A can make or break the future of an organization as the stake is quite high. Millions or billions of dollars are involved in a single M&A deal. Thus, a disastrous decision can lay waste to the entire vault of money. Conversely, a successful strategic deal can work wonders for a company in terms of its market …

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5 Ways to Cut Down Wiper Malware

Each and every technology innovation has its own pros and cons. Though some are more likely to benefit at an enterprise level, others can also leave some loopholes for adversaries to leverage. With the growing rage of technology, hackers or cyber adversaries are also exploring ways to change their attack tactics. In this article at TechRepublic, Michael Kassner talks about some tips to counter wiper malware that is highly dangerous to the health of your …

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Is Your Project Failing? Identify Scope Risks in 8 Ways

Scope risks push projects towards failure. There can be two reasons—you lack knowledge about the scope or you do not know how to identify risks. This could land your project in serious trouble. In this article at Project Risk Coach, Harry Hall discusses 8 ways you can identify scope risks in your project. What Are Scope Risks and How to Identify Them Events and conditions that can create a significant positive or negative impact on …

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How Risks Can Make or Break Brand Value

Risks are threats that are yet to become issues. With new technologies empowering customers, neglecting risks can affect your company’s brand value too. Facebook learned it the hard way. In this article at InformationWeek, John Edwards shared the views of Steven Minsky, the CEO of enterprise risk management software provider LogicManager, in this regard. Playing with Risks Minsky, the author of “The State of Risk Management in 2018,” opines that companies are experiencing a “see-through …

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5 Security Mistakes Done by IT Employees

Cybersecurity is a point of major concern for most IT companies these days. Every company spends millions of dollars to upgrade their security systems and lead a peaceful life. However, as a surprising fact, the majority of cyber incidents happen due to the negligence of the company employees. In this article at TechRepublic, Tom Merritt lists out the five major cyber blunders that employees commit. The Surprising Facts A 2017 survey by Kaspersky Lab suggests …

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