Risk Management is the process of measuring, or assessing risk and developing strategies to manage it. Strategies include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, reducing the negative effect of the risk, and accepting some or all of the consequences of a particular risk. Traditional risk management focuses on risks stemming from physical or legal causes.
This two year research initiative in collaboration with IBM focuses on key trends, best practices, challenges, and priorities in enterprise risk management and covers topics as diverse as culture, organizational structure, data, systems, and processes.
To get timely and trusted insights from Risk Analytics while minimizing IT risk and improving time-to-value, IBM is delivering an Application Ready Solution for Algorithmics. This integrated offering, anchored on a validated scalable high-performance clustered reference architecture, delivers the timely risk insights firms need to lower Tier 1 capital.
With tougher regulations and continuing market volatility, financial firms are moving to active risk management with a focus on counterparty risk. Join IBM Algorithmics and IBM Platform Computing to gain insights on this trend and on technologies for enabling active "real-time" risk management.
If you're unhappy with the state of your current disaster recovery operations, this Q and A is a must-read. IBM cloud experts share information on how cloud computing can provide nearly instantaneous failover and failback of critical business applications. This type of speedy recovery keeps your organization running in the event of disaster or disruption, limiting the risk of business losses and brand damage.
Uncertain times and a volatile economic climate have contributed to an expanding focus on corporate governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) across all industries. As global mandates and compliance directives continue to snowball, organizations are faced with an imminent need to adopt a programmatic approach and tightly integrate risk management initiatives with ongoing business processes. Business intelligence and reporting also provide a powerful mechanism for gaining a deep understanding of key factors that impact corporate performance.
Researched and compiled independently by Chartis, the RiskTech100® evaluates and ranks the world’s most influential risk technology providers based on a range of criteria. IBM retains its top position in the 2014 RiskTech® 100 rankings with top scores for functionality, market presence and innovation. The Chartis report is acknowledged globally as one of the most comprehensive and prestigious studies of risk technology vendors. The report also tracks key trends and developments in the risk technology marketplace. Read the report to learn how IBM can support your risk and compliance efforts to drive business performance and better outcomes.
Are you guarding the cyber security gaps with patch management? Download Kaspersky Lab’s latest whitepaper, Your Data under Siege: Guard the Gaps with Patch Management, to learn about: how cybercriminals are utilizing weaknesses in trusted applications to distribute malware.
Use this book to understand why integrating and unifying your closing, consolidating, and reporting process is critical. Learn about re-engineering your point solution approach to these activities by investing in integrated solutions. Achieve automation and enhance your ability to manage internal controls, reduce risks, and efficiently create consolidated financial statements and regulatory reports (including XBRL).
Independent research by Wintergreen Research, Inc. shows "Dramatic savings brought by IBM Rational automated test solutions". Read this paper to see how you can see a positive ROI through the ability to minimize cost and time to identify errors and diminish subsequent impacts of defects using test automation and service virtualization.
Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits. Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.
Vulnerabilities in web applications are a major vector for cyber-crime. In large organizations, vulnerable web applications comprised 54% of all hacking breaches and led to 39% of compromised records, according to the 2012 Data Breach Investigation Report by Verizon Business.
This paper describes how large enterprises can effectively discover, catalog and scan web applications to control this major risk vector as part of their organization’s overall vulnerability management program.