Earlier this week, a large Dutch insurance company got itself into the national headlines after mixing up sensitive customer data. By mistake, over 2,500 participants in a large-scale medical research received an e-mail with information that was intended for other participants. “In creating and handling the data, we made a mistake. This way we accidentally […]
Challenges to risk mitigation
The complexity of your organization can be a major obstacle in getting the insights needed to manage operational risk. Financial, reputational and regulatory risks are difficult to evaluate and even more difficult to mitigate. Cyber security, technology lifecycle and the increasing dependence on external services are a constant headache and add more complexity to the picture. So, how can you assess the potential ripple effects of an apparently local problem? How can you, as Chief Risk Officer, prioritize issues or optimally allocate budgets for risk mitigation?
An integrated overview of the business and IT operations
BiZZdesign’s platform provides you with an integrated overview of the business and IT operations of your enterprise that are essential in enterprise risk management. Our advanced analysis algorithms help you assess various vulnerabilities, analyze the resulting risks and design appropriate mitigating measures.
Our portfolio management and road-mapping features help you allocate budgets and plan improvements, putting your resources where they count most. Our reporting and publication functionalities offer crucial insights to everyone involved, including internal and external regulators, auditors and employees in operations who need to adhere to various procedures. This platform helps everyone act swiftly and decisively when problems do occur.
Very few organizations have a systematic and reliable way of translating a business strategy into action across all relevant elements of the organization. Implementing a long-term plan by successive decomposition, design and realization steps is only possible in stable circumstances. Classical top-down strategy implementation cannot keep up with the transformation speed required in a rapidly […]
In a previous blog post, Marc Lankhorst discussed the value of EA in managing risk, compliance and security in the enterprise. He suggested a number of steps to take next; two of these steps are discussed in more detail in this blog:
In my previous blog post I wrote about value-driven enterprise architecture and its relations to different disciplines within the enterprise. In this blog, I want to focus on the added value of using reference architectures.
In my previous blog post on Enterprise Architecture at BiZZdesign in 2014, I described how the true value of architecture lies in its relationship with other disciplines within the enterprise.