The seven sins of information risk management

Parapadakis, George
April 2007
IM@T.Online;Apr2007, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on some faults committed during the management of information resources in a business organization that lead to information risk. Information risk refers to a possible event that prevents the proper use of information in a business organization. Selection of wrong information storage technologies can lead to accidental destruction or loss of information in an organization. Alteration and inaccuracy in business records also lead to information risk, which affects the success of a business.


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