What Is Integrated Risk Management?
Integrated risk management (IRM) refers to a set of practices designed to help organizations understand and manage the full scope of risks (strategic, operational, financial, digital, etc.) facing their enterprises, with more flexibility and agility than traditional GRC programs. As the term suggests, integrated risk management highlights the integrated nature of risk: both horizontally, across risk domains (e.g., security, compliance, resilience), and vertically, by connecting operational risks to an organization’s strategy. Integrated risk management is especially intended to help organizations manage new risks stemming from digital transformation activities. Since those risks can quickly have a cascading impact, integrated risk management aims to better prepare organizations for those impacts and dependencies.
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