NRM provides different audit services that are based on leading international standards and practises from the IIA and ISO.
- Internal Audit Services
- Risk Management Audit Services
- Combined Assurance
- Management System Audits
Integrated risk management
Gartner defines integrated risk management (IRM) as “a set of practices and processes supported by a risk-aware culture and enabling technologies that improve decision making and performance through an integrated view of how well an organization manages its unique sets of risks.” Why do we need IRM when we already have risk management? It’s a business maxim. Where business goes, risks follow. And where business has gone in recent years is different than before. Digital processes, global business, outsourcing to third parties, and more have created a preponderance of new risks that impact organizations through and through. In this post, we’ll give an up-close view of the major new risks that are demanding an IRM approach, and how such an approach uniquely manages these risks.
Strategy, Tactics and Risk
Current Risk Management Scope
So what exactly is Integrated Risk Management today?
At the same time, an organization must apply this “integrated” view across a variety of risk management activities that take on distinct perspectives of risk. For example, a legal department has its own definition of risk and its own series of mitigation plans, but that legal definition of risk varies drastically from the way IT-related risk is being addressed. By integrating these siloed risk constructs under one centralized risk management framework, an organization can view and analyze every risk metric simultaneously.