Records Manager expert George Parapadakis has advised the banking industry on RM for many years. In this article he outlines the different types of risk specific to financial services. For use as thought leadership you can find George’s latest thinking in this article.
“Information Risk” can be defined as any possible event that will prevent critical information from being used as the business intended it to. Successful information management is defined by mitigating all information related risks and ensuring that critical information is relevant, secure, consistent and available.
The full text of this article is available on the Britsh Bankers` Association`s website (external link: baa.org).
Taking a holistic view on Information Risk Management