Good software solves a lot of issues but bad software creates more problems than it solves. Unfortunately, most risk management software out there is:
– Too slow
– Too complicated
– Too expensive
DCDR was built to solve these problems and to put effective, simple and affordable risk management software into everybody’s hands. Get the software your team needs for less than your morning coffee.
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Welcome! I’m thrilled that you choses to start your risk management journey here.
We all start somewhere and risk management is no different. Whether you are a newly-appointed risk manager, have just been brought onto a risk management project or been appointed to a governance and oversight role, I hope that the resources below will help you get make sense of things and started as quickly as possible.
The resources below are split into two categories: basic and deep-dives. Pick which version is most appropriate based on your experience and background. If you aren’t sure, start with the basic version even if it’s just to get an idea of the language and approach that I use throughout the site.
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Enterprise security risk management (ESRM) aligns your security program with the organization’s key objectives to ensure that the key assets are protected and that security becomes a driver of results and overall performance. Here are some resources to help build or transition into an ESRM focussed program.
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Building a risk management system is hard. Integrating one into an organization can be even harder. Here are some resources to help you plan and build your system and then integrate it so you can become an effective, risk-led organization.
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Risk assessments lie at the core of the risk management process so getting these right is critical. Here are some of the key resources you might need to help you plan, conduct and deliver your risk assessment.
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