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Optimum Spending on Cybersecurity Measures: Part II

Sherita Tara Kissoon
2021 Journal of Information Security  
This article will highlight the research completed in the area of organizational decision-making on cybersecurity spend.  ...  The purpose of this research is to investigate the decision-making process for cybersecurity investments in organizations through development and utilization of a digital cybersecurity risk management  ...  Cost-benefit analyses, risk appetite and business trade-offs are some of the areas that are factored into the overall decision-making process.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jis.2021.121007 fatcat:jr4tit6sdrdcbphisq3dhvtcbe

О влиянии финансовых технологий на развитие финансового рынка

Давид Ильич Филиппов
2018 Russian Journal of Entrepreneurship  
decision-making process.  ...  sound risk management and effective and efficient decision-making across the bank.  ...  risk management and effective and efficient decision-making across the bank.  ... 
doi:10.18334/rp.19.5.39137 fatcat:5hej2himovf7lhn7bsaaq3j7oi

The importance of Risk Management Assessment: A proposal of an Index for Listed Companies

Osmar Axel Cervantes-Cabrera, Guadalupe Del Carmen Briano-Turrent
2018 Journal of Accounting Research, Organization and Economics  
This study could be a reference for those responsible on the risk management decisions in Latin American listed firms.  ...  Results – The integral risk management index proposed are related to five dimensions: architecture of risk, risk culture, risk guideline, risk assessment and business strategy.  ...  shareholders do not influence the decision making on risks. 1 2 3 4 5 Risk culture (4.22) Attitude-appetite The organization has defined the nature and level of acceptable risks. 1 2 3 4 5 Strategies  ... 
doi:10.24815/jaroe.v1i2.11747 fatcat:jkqpyftk6fdltijle2j5sb37ty

Maturity of risk management culture

Beata Domańska-Szaruga
2020 Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues  
It is part of broader research into the culture of risk management in companies and public organisations in Poland.  ...  Risk management culture is an element of management philosophy in an organization.  ...  decision-making processes as well as risk management in operational processes.  ... 
doi:10.9770/jesi.2020.7.3(41) fatcat:u5gnxvvv5zcvrp4qokfllmoly4

The risk management of nothing

Michael Power
2009 Accounting, Organizations and Society  
In contrast, Business continuity management (BCM) may provide clues about how risk management might be reconstructed.  ...  a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t This essay challenges core elements of enterprise risk management (ERM) and suggests that an impoverished conception of 'risk appetite' is part of the 'intellectual  ...  appetite, and monitor this entire process, making feedback adjustments as necessary.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aos.2009.06.001 fatcat:nfqmhi3izbeabmitih5cmg4k54

Behavior Change Support Systems for Privacy and Security

Roeland H. P. Kegel, Roel J. Wieringa
2015 International Conference on Persuasive Technology  
We discuss challenges specific to BCSSs applied to information security, list research questions to be answered in order to meet these challenges, and propose an architecture for the Personal Information  ...  PISA Architecture The goal of the PISA is to enhance user privacy by persuading the user to change their behavior in accordance with their privacy risk appetite.  ...  Such a communication strategy relies on the ELM's peripheral route, where users use heuristics and peripheral cues to make their decisions.  ... 
dblp:conf/persuasive/KegelW15 fatcat:b5f3kla7r5a33diigc3y4luere

Do the Organizational Choices Really affect Credit Risks? Some Evidence from Italian Banks

Doriana Cucinelli, Federica Ielasi, Arturo Patarnello
2019 International Journal of Business and Social Science  
Moreover, the increase in integration between governance bodies and the Chief Risk Officer has a positive effect on both bank risk appetite and bank portfolio quality.  ...  Basel III framework on banking supervision highlights the crucial role of a sound organization in risk management processes.  ...  and the operational units assessing risk exposure and making risk taking decisions.  ... 
doi:10.30845/ijbss.v10n2p18 fatcat:arrrz526cnav7jklbzz2gsphli

A Study on Blockchain Technology as a Dominant Feature to Mitigate Reputational Risk for Indian Academic Institutions and Universities

Pradeep Kumar Rangi, P.S. Aithal
2021 Zenodo  
What makes reputational risk a unique risk is that it may arise both from the university or institution's failure or the action outside the university.  ...  It is, therefore, essential to take an enterprise risk management approach to mitigate reputational risk.  ...  The risk appetite of an academic institute usually informs the choice of blockchain and design architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4444329 fatcat:e3cwuyxmrngcrjji2fq7sxmliy

AN ANALYSIS OF COBIT 5 AS A FRAMEWORK FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IT GOVERNANCE WITH REFERENCE TO KING III

L Maseko, B Marx
2016 Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions  
requirements, technical issues, information systems and business risk, which consequently results in a better facilitation of IT governance.  ...  COBIT 5 provides, as part of its governance process practices, related guidance activities linking it to the seven IT governance principles of King III, thus making it a practical framework for the implementation  ...  management decision-making (Elgharbawy & Adbel-Kader, 2013:101).  ... 
doi:10.22495/rgcv6i1art3 fatcat:cav7vhekcvhlng3rwaxta53lyu

Alignment of the Safety Assessment Method with New Zealand Legislative Responsibilities

Dirk J. Pons
2019 Safety  
Organisational decision-criteria were derived from the communications requirement in the Act, and these thresholds linked to expected treatments.  ...  Originality—A method is providing for aligning risk assessments with a national legislative framework, and integrating the technical aspects of risk assessment with the management processes.  ...  The mine company had the freedom to make decisions with significant adverse safety implications.  ... 
doi:10.3390/safety5030059 fatcat:i4jns4sbmzepdpqgtfkchfggyy

Intelligent decision support and modeling

Andy Dong, Julie Jupp
2012 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
Their article demonstrates how to translate engineering risk data from the expected value domain into a risk appetite corrected domain using risk curves.  ...  In subjective utility theory, the prescription to quantify risk in decision making is to generate a utility function, with a concave utility function indicating a risk-averse person and a convex function  ...  She teaches in the areas of building information modeling, integrated project delivery, decision support, and communication.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060412000248 fatcat:fphulqxosvgqplbyolqfkumn34

Advances in project risk management [chapter]

Kurt J. Engemann
2021 Project Risk Management  
The appetite for risk taking usually depends on the magnitude of the reward. Calculated risk can be acceptable with the right mitigation practices identified and in place.  ...  The goal of the chapter by Mora, Wang, Phillips-Wren and Gómez is to create awareness of the usefulness and value of decision-making support systems analytics in software project development.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110652321-001 fatcat:c4lqt6e7vncrpjgonnnsimyclm

How Much Up-Front? A Grounded theory of Agile Architecture

Michael Waterman, James Noble, George Allan
2015 2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering  
If an agile software team spends too little time designing architecture up-front then the team faces increased risk and higher chance of failure; if the team spends too much time the delivery of value  ...  This paper presents a grounded theory of agile architecture that describes how agile software teams answer the question of how much upfront architecture design effort is enough.  ...  Architects make the architectural decisions; in agile software development, this is often the whole team through collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icse.2015.54 dblp:conf/icse/WatermanNA15 fatcat:mcukjpdhurccjgaxt5hi36m7ve

The Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging And The Consumer Behaviour: Reviewing Recent Research

Mikel Alonso López
2016 Zenodo  
In this research, we make a review about the main research carried out on the influence of the emotions in the decision-making process that is exposed by using the fMRI.  ...  In the first decade of the twenty-first century, advanced imaging techniques began to be applied for neuroscience research.  ...  Appetitive and aversive goal values are encoded in the medial orbitofrontal cortex at the time of decision making Marketing actions can modulate neural representations of experienced pleasantness  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1123729 fatcat:rfdpxtoekzhevojpvj6hoifyge

Creating Value Through Enterprise Risk Management

Frantz Maurer
2011 Journal of Applied Business Research  
In contrast to the existing finance literature, this paper emphasizes the practical issues related to the adoption of an ERM framework for strategic decision-making in banks.  ...  Financial risks are inherent in financial markets and their management represents one of the main tasks in the business of financial institutions.  ...  However, only by integrating risk management into the business decision-making process can a bank make solid decisions.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jabr.v25i3.1023 fatcat:zb77ixno6bf3ja3z4o7eff7jrm
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