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Glossary definition: Risk Management Framework

Risk Management: A Comprehensive Framework

Risk Management Framework is a set of processes, policies, and tools used to identify, assess, monitor, and control risks associated with an organization’s activities. It is designed to help organizations manage the risks associated with their operations in order to minimize their potential impact on the organization's objectives. The framework typically includes the following components: risk identification, risk assessment, risk control, risk monitoring, and risk communication. Risk identification involves identifying potential risks and assigning them to specific categories. Risk assessment involves evaluating the probability and potential impact of the identified risks. Risk control involves implementing strategies to mitigate the identified risks. Risk monitoring involves tracking the progress of risk management activities. Risk communication involves informing stakeholders of the status of risk management activities. The Risk Management Framework is an integral part of an organization's overall risk management strategy and is necessary to ensure the organization is prepared to handle the risks associated with its operations.