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6clicks automates enterprise risk management, tracks key risk indicators, and maintains your risk management processes.

 

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Automate internal audits and vendor risk assessments

Perform internal audit, maturity assessments or manage your vendor risk assessment (VRM) processes using questionnaire or requirements based assessments.

 

 

Identify, manage and treat risks

6clicks helps you identify your risks, group them into risk registers and run risk assessments. It highlights causes and potential impacts,  outlines risk treatment plans and helps you manage the full treatment lifecycle.

 

 

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What is risk management?

Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling risks that may impact a business, including capital and future profits. Risks can arise from various sources, including financial uncertainties, legal liabilities, technology issues, strategic management errors, climate, and cybersecurity.

A successful risk management program helps an organization consider its full range of risks. Risk management also examines the relationship between risks and their cascading impact on an organization's strategic goals.

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What is project risk management?

Managing project risk refers to the steps you take to identify, analyse and deal with problems or issues that might arise during the project. Risk management is important because risks can through a project off course - delays, cost overruns and unhappy stakeholders. It’s good practice to stay on top of the things that might cause problems and have a plan to deal with them before they create problems.

Successful project managers understand how to use project and risk management together to offset potential issues – and they would have likely checked the weather forecast and organised a marquee.

Project risk management register and matrix

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eBook: Global Risk & Compliance: The Urgent Need for Change

Tips on risk anticipation, real-time risk communication, digital risk management, unlocking team-based assessment, and future-proofing with technology. 

Creating Risk Reports
That Leave an Impact

Effective risk reporting is fundamental to a strong compliance program - and frankly, is crucial to a risk practitioner's job security.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What is risk management?

Risk management is a set of activities that are used in an organisation to identify, assess, and treat any risks that can impact its goals. Risk management also refers to a programme that manages risk through risk management principles, frameworks, and processes.

What is a risk register?

A risk register is a record of all the risks and information on how these risks can impact the project goals and the company goals. The risk register is a part of the Risk Management plan.

What is enterprise risk management (ERM)?

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a set of activities for planning, organising, directing, and controlling business functions to minimise risk. ERM includes strategic risks, operational risks, financial risks, and accidental risks.

What is an integrated risk management approach for an organisation?

Integrated risk management (IRM) is a set of practices and processes aimed at integrating a complete view of the risks and how the organisation is dealing with the risks. IRM is based on a culture of risk management where both people and software are aligned with the aim of the organisation to manage risks effectively.

What are the common ERM frameworks?

Some of the common ERM frameworks are ISO 31000 for risk management and COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organisations of the Treadway Commission). ERM frameworks are important for defining the strategy for ERM implementation in an organization. For some companies, ERM framework implementation is mandatory compliance.