Risk Management

Risk management is a broad topic.  It involves taking septs to minimize the likelihood of things going wrong, a concept known as loss control.  It also involves the purchasing of insurance to reduce the financial impact of adverse events on a company when, despite your best efforts, bad things happen.

In business, risk management is defined as the process of identifying, monitoring and managing potential risks in order to minimize the negative impact they may have on an organization.  Examples of potential risks include security breaches, data loss, cyber attacks, system failures and natural disasters.

Why is Risk Management Important to Your Business?

The purpose of risk management is to identify potential problems before they occur so that risk-handling activities may be planned and invoked as needed to mitigate adverse impacts on your business.  Learn more on how you can properly protect your business.

Who Needs Risk Management?

  • Restaurants
  • Contractors
  • Doctors/Dentists/Any Medical Profession
  • Lawyers
  • Architects
  • Accountants/Bookkeepers
  • Engineers/Architects
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Property Management
  • Technology Services

If you have employees or use the computer in the course of your business you need to invest in a risk management program.

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