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Une couverture terrorisme à la carte

Une couverture terrorisme à la carte | Risk management | Scoop.it
Gestion des risques : Fruit de négociations entre l'Amrae, la CSCA et le Gareat, la nouvelle grille des...
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Gestion de la complexité et des risques projets

Gestion de la complexité et des risques projets | Risk management | Scoop.it
(Extrait du Livre Blanc : Pilotage des projets de déploiement). Les projets de déploiement sont de plus en plus complexes, c’est un fait. Le nombre de parties prenantes sur un projet ne fait qu’augmenter.
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S’appuyer sur l'analyse des risques informatiques pour opérer un contrôle de conformité

S’appuyer sur l'analyse des risques informatiques pour opérer un contrôle de conformité | Risk management | Scoop.it
Pour contrôler les risques informatiques, la gestion des identités et des accès (identity and access management ou IAM) s’avère être un...
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L'entreprise à l'ère du trop d'informations - Les Échos

L'entreprise à l'ère du trop d'informations - Les Échos | Risk management | Scoop.it
L'entreprise à l'ère du trop d'informations
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L'information est certes nécessaire pour toute analyse et toute prise de décision, mais qu'en est-il du trop d'information ? ...
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La gestion des risques au centre des préoccupation des banques | b3b

La gestion des risques au centre des préoccupation des banques | b3b | Risk management | Scoop.it
Ernst&Young a publié son 5ème baromètre économique qui place la gestion des risques et la la cyber-sécurité au centre des priorités des banques européennes (La gestion des risques au centre des préoccupation des banques
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The Role of Executive Management in ERM

The Role of Executive Management in ERM | Risk management | Scoop.it

Ultimate responsibility for ERM starts at the top. However, everyone who matters within an organization should participate in the ERM process.

While several executives have significant responsibilities for ERM, including the Chief Risk Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Legal Officer and Chief Audit Executive, the ERM process works best when all key managers of the organization contribute. The COSO ERM framework states that managers of the organization “support the entity’s risk management philosophy, promote compliance with its risk appetite and manage risks within their [respective] spheres of responsibility consistent with risk tolerances.” Therefore, identifying leaders throughout the organization and gaining their support is critical to successful implementation of ERM.


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La gestion du shadow Cloud, prochain défi des DSI - Silicon

La gestion du shadow Cloud, prochain défi des DSI - Silicon | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Cette évolution s'accompagne inévitablement par une hausse des risques.
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Information Security Strategy: Never Forsake the Fundamentals of Security - Part 1 Risk Management

Information Security Strategy: Never Forsake the Fundamentals of Security - Part 1 Risk Management | Risk management | Scoop.it
Quelles clés pour la gestion des #risques:
-se contenter du risque optimal?
-viser l'efficience?
-garder la foi?
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Contre les monopoles intellectuels - Contrepoints

Contre les monopoles intellectuels - Contrepoints | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Contrairement à la propriété privée, la propriété intellectuelle est un privilège accordé par le gouvernement.
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La vulnérabilité des systèmes informatiques marocains, un secret de ... - libération

La vulnérabilité des systèmes informatiques marocains, un secret de ... - libération | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Pour lui, la vulnérabilité de sécurité de nos systèmes informatiques est un secret de polichinelle.
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Expatriation : la gestion des risques

Expatriation : la gestion des risques | Risk management | Scoop.it

“ Plus le collaborateur est préparé, plus le risque est faible Les incidents impliquant des expatriés sont de plus en plus …”


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La gestion des risques de la supply chain devient une priorité

La gestion des risques de la supply chain devient une priorité | Risk management | Scoop.it
Selon une étude mondiale d'Accenture, les risques de la supply chain sont sérieusement pris en compte par la plupart des entreprises, mais seules les plus performantes d'entre elles enregistrent un retour sur investissement supérieur à 100 % dans...
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4,5 millions de données médicales dérobées aux Etats-Unis - l'Informaticien

4,5 millions de données médicales dérobées aux Etats-Unis - l'Informaticien | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Community Health Systems, un spécialiste américain de la gestion des hôpitaux, a reconnu avoir été victime d'une attaque informatique entre avril et juin 2014.
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La corruption, un risque bien réel pour les collectivités territoriales - Courrierdesmaires.fr

La corruption, un risque bien réel pour les collectivités territoriales - Courrierdesmaires.fr | Risk management | Scoop.it
Courrierdesmaires.fr La corruption, un risque bien réel pour les collectivités territoriales Courrierdesmaires.fr Avec la gestion par les régions des programmes d'aide européens, le SCPC évoque carrément « le risque d'entrée en contact avec la...
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Gestion des risques d’un projet | Chronoos

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Guide pratique des provisions des emprunts à risques - Nouvelle version - Seldon finance

Guide pratique des provisions des emprunts à risques - Nouvelle version - Seldon finance | Risk management | Scoop.it
Le présent guide a pour objectif d’aider les collectivités territoriales et groupements concernés d’une part, à calculer les provisions au titre des risque (La DGCL publie un nouveau guide sur les provisions des emprunts à risques - Analyse...
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Analyse des risques pour entreprendre en freelance

Analyse des risques pour entreprendre en freelance | Risk management | Scoop.it
Comment réaliser une analyse des risques lorsque l'on entreprend en indépendant (freelance) ? (Etude des risques et Business Plan: #entreprendre Les business plans des créateurs débutants sont souvent bien...
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Stéphane NEREAU's curator insight, September 4, 5:14 PM

On s'informe très largement, et une fois l'étude faite, on ne baisse pas la garde. Il existe aussi les "cygnes noirs", ces risques tellement improbables (au delà de la case (1,1) de la heat map) qu'ils nous laissent totalement dépourvus lorsqu'ils surviennent. La crise est déjà à son comble, bien avant que l'on puisse trouver le moindre moyen d'action en réponse. Ils existent au niveau macro l'échelle mondiale (Crise financière, Fukushima, les marées noires...), ils existent aussi au niveau micro pour les entrepreneurs.


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Really... How Risky Is A Startup?

Really... How Risky Is A Startup? | Risk management | Scoop.it

In finance, we measure an individual's ability to "take on" (i.e. make an investment in) a risky asset as risk tolerance. Startups are a unique breed of investment, and by that I mean they're one of the riskiest. Next to a Bernie Madoff investment.

This is the risk profile of a startup - that is, what makes a startup investment such a shot in the dark.

Why are startups so risky? Why do most of them fail?

To answer this question we need to look in two places: statistics and the psychology of the entrepreneur.

First, the numbers.

You may have heard the statistic that around a third of all startups fail.

And that would be true - even the National Venture Capital Association released estimates that 25% to 30% of all startups fail - if you knew what they used for the definition of "failure".

First off, "failing" for a startup, or any investment in a company, is a loose term.

It can mean one of many things, ranging from complete liquidation and loss of all capital (worst case) to not seeing the projected ROI (best case, at least when we're talking about failure).

Deborah Gage has an insightful article on this in the Wall Street Journal.

She introduces Shikhar Ghosh, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, whose research indicates that 95% of all venture-backed companies fail to meet their projected ROI.

That means that, by someone's definition, 95% of all startups fail.

The definition of failure isn't the topic of this post, but for the sake of clarity, we'll assume the definition of failure is complete loss of investment and liquidation of all assets.

...in which case we're talking about a third of all startups.

If we look at a recent report from Deloitte on overall investor confidence in VC investing, we can spot a bit of a trend.

The sectors with the highest investor confidence are almost all in the services and online areas.

 

These sectors are low in hardware and entry costs, meaning that investments go straight toward paying the smartest people for their time.

The sectors of lower confidence are heavier in hardware and entry costs.

Semiconductor companies require lots of hardware, Biopharmaceuticals require massive testing periods, and clean technologies companies, while on the rise (16% higher than confidence in 2013 - the largest increase in the report, by the way), still have a massive level of uncertainty.

Which brings me to my primary point: the nature of the uncertainty drives the investment decision.

To illustrate this, imagine you're about to invest in a Silicon Valley SaaS startup and Intel. Are you uncertain about both investments?

If you're smart, you are. But for different reasons.

Your uncertainty in Intel stems from their ability to make quarterly earnings projections and successfully release the next generation of processors.

There are hundreds of research analysts following Intel.

There are thousands of employees following procedures that have been successfully proven and tested over decades of company growth.

The stock market has had time to effectively value the company.

You know what to look for, you know where the warning signs in the stock are, and you can easily exit your investment if things start looking bad.

Your uncertainty in the Silicon Valley startup, however, is of a different nature entirely.

There are no analysts. There are 4 employees, no set or proven procedures, no (knowingly reliable) valuation, and your investment is locked in.

The nature of uncertainty surrounding a startup is threatening because there are few set metrics by which to gauge their risk, many of which pale in comparison to the hard statistical truth:

30% of your startup investments will be lost.

Even within the VC world, however, there's varying uncertainty.

Certain characteristics, such as high market saturation, are more easily dealt with than others, since many companies have successfully dealt with such a challenge (i.e. there are procedures).

SaaS companies and Mobile apps fall into this category.

Other characteristics, however, such as a technology still in its infancy, have fewer procedures and proven ways of bringing product to market.

Clean technologies and 3D printing fall into this category.

This is half of the reason why a startup is risky.

The nature of uncertainty surrounding startups (namely, having no set procedures by which to overcome possible challenges) is what keeps many investors from putting money into them.

But there's another half to this reason: the entrepreneur.

Entrepreneurs are a different breed of person- they zag when you zig- just to find out what zagging is like.

They don't give a shit what other people think they should do.

And when they're backed against a wall, they stick to their guns.

These characteristics are what make investing in a startup incredibly risky- there's massive upside potential as well as downside.

Because while the investor knows the founder/entrepreneur is going to put his heart and soul into the company (much moreso than an employee at Intel, for example), they could use that passion to drive the company either to the stars or straight into the ground - hard.

It's a responsible decision on the investor's part to recognize that the entrepreneur is a leader in whatever industry they're in, and given the right resources, a breakthrough is possible.

And breakthroughs are mucho profitable.

But it would be irresponsible for the investor to assume that the entrepreneur can automatically lead effectively, communicate effectively, manage finances, network, sell, grow a company, hire employees, source contractors, or any of the other functions that a business owner should be able to fill.

More times than not, a nervous breakdown is on the menu.

But most entrepreneurs learn. Most entrepreneurs actually get the hang of all that other stuff, because they know it's necessary in order to see their vision through.

The only thing that gets their startup over the finish line at this point, then, is how long it takes them to learn.

Startups have a finite (and often small) amount of cash to play with.

If it takes the founder a year to get his or her shit together in leadership and communication skills, then they're in bad shape.

Those are lost sales, lost research, and lost opportunities to hire more people.

That's what the investor worries about.

It's not often that someone will challenge an entrepreneur's drive - that's tantamount to telling an aspiring musician that they have no sense of discipline.

It contradicts their very character.

It is quite often, however, that an investor will thoroughly vet the founder before even looking at the financials.

It's easier to manage a balance sheet than it is to manage people, and there's no point in putting money in a promising company led by someone with a screw loose.

So here's the take-away...

If you're reading this and you're currently considering a startup equity investment, make sure you're well-diversified or on the board.

If you're reading this and you're in the position of seeking investment, consider the two risks I've talked about above.

Your top priority is your own mind. Do you have the grit to do whatever it takes - in less time than you think?

Your second priority is your financial situation.

In this area you have more support resources (both financially and from an expertise standpoint) at your disposal, including a VC or angel investor.

But be cognizant of the forces pushing against you.

Is the nature of uncertainty for your company one that can be addressed by well-established procedures, or is your industry still in its speculative stage?

If so, you need to have a solid plan - a freakin' laser-pointer focus among an entire universe of possible directions you can shoot your company.

Once you've addressed all of this, you'll have a much more productive (and possible lucrative) conversation at your next pitch.


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Start-ups are risky - are you in the right space? Are you the right person to be part of one? Is the timing right to assume the risk as an entrepreneur or investor?

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IT Risk Management :The Evolving Nature - CSO Magazine

IT Risk Management :The Evolving Nature - CSO Magazine | Risk management | Scoop.it
IT Risk Management :The Evolving Nature
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Peter Cooper, Group Information Security Manager, Woolworths says the value IT can bring "is to do what we do faster.
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Jean-Philippe Sanchez, NetIQ France : Cybercriminalité, 3 clés pour ... - Global Security Mag

Jean-Philippe Sanchez, NetIQ France : Cybercriminalité, 3 clés pour ... - Global Security Mag | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Les portables pourraient prédire les épidémies d’Ebola - Rue89

Les portables pourraient prédire les épidémies d’Ebola - Rue89 | Risk management | Scoop.it
L'homme n'a que peu de moyens de défense face aux épidémies : traitement médical, vaccin, hygiène et quarantaine. La dernière flambée du virus Ebola, qui a déjà fait plus d'un millier de victimes en Afrique de l'Ouest, rappelle combien nous sommes démunis. La téléphonie mobile et la "Big Data" pourraient pourtant changer la donne.L'ONG suédoise Flowminder a publié cette semaine sur son site une carte présentant un modèle de « mobilité humaine » pour la région : les segments plus ou moins denses...
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Prôner la sécurité guidée par le renseignement - Branchez-vous

Prôner la sécurité guidée par le renseignement - Branchez-vous | Risk management | Scoop.it
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Actuellement, l'approche de gestion des risques, qui cherche à amenuiser les risques les plus importants à une organisation, n'apparaît plus suffisante prise seule.
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Les drones : opportunité pour les entreprises mais cauchemar des DSI - Journal du Net

Les drones : opportunité pour les entreprises mais cauchemar des DSI - Journal du Net | Risk management | Scoop.it
Les drones : opportunité pour les entreprises mais cauchemar des DSI Journal du Net Les drones représentent un nouvel outil inédit et idéal à bien des égards pour plusieurs secteurs, mais les précautions à prendre en terme de légalité et de système...
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Confidentialité des données : attention danger pour les DSI européens - ZDNet

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ZDNet Confidentialité des données : attention danger pour les DSI européens ZDNet Les responsables des systèmes d'information interviennent ainsi dans le choix et le déploiement des solutions destinées à garantir la sécurité et l'intégrité de ces...
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Ne faites pas de suppositions - Mediapart

Ne faites pas de suppositions - Mediapart | Risk management | Scoop.it
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En tant que gestionnaire de risques, lorsque j'analyse un évènement indésirable ou un accident, j'ai remarqué que je devais faire taire toutes les suppositions que je pouvais faire sur l'analyse de risques.
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New records management ISO to improve governance and sustainability - ITWeb

New records management ISO to improve governance and sustainability - ITWeb | Risk management | Scoop.it
New records management ISO to improve governance and sustainability ITWeb "There are a number of standards already in place that look at information security management, risk management principles and guidelines and management systems for records...
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