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Experience with ISO 31000?

Discussion in 'ISO 31000:2009 - Risk Management' started by Tom Waite, Aug 12, 2015.

  1. Tom Waite

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    Any input on this document as a reference for risk management vs. other books or guides?

    Is this standard enough for starting a risk mitigation program?
     
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    Yeah, it's VERY comprehensive - maybe too complicated for most. But, WTH? Go for it!
     
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    Quite the dry read.
     
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    Is there any other option for an ISO guidebook than a dry read?
     
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    A good, stiff drink in your hand?
     
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    I'm not expert but I was been Yesterday to a conference where one of relators was G.Detoni. She speak about business continuity, the actual situation in Italy and USA. She was able to expose the arguments so clear and so well that I would stay hours to lissen.
     
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    Nearly makes it pleasant. Nearly.
     
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    The standard for business continuity is ISO 22301. ISO 31000 is a guide for risk management - a somewhat different topic, but risk is present in considering business continuity planning.
     

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