human factors in risk management

Incorporating human factors in bowtie risk assessment: 3 simple methods for handling human error

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A common saying starts with “To Err is Human…” We as humans are not infallible: Any activity involving human action is vulnerable to human failure. These failures can include: errors …

Cyber risk assessments: ISO 27005 and the bowtie model

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It is often the case in risk practice that the risk assessment becomes an activity in going-through-the-motions: because so many risks are well known and theoretically well-controlled.  This certainly cannot …