We recently organized a workshop at BiZZdesign for enterprise architects in healthcare. A mixed group, from hospitals and other healthcare providers. In the workshop, various issues were discussed. We want to highlight some of these topics in this blog.
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.
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Almost every architect has met the following frustrating experience during his career: A proper and well defined business case, architectural advice or Project Start Architecture is not being used by the organization the architect wanted to serve with it. Time and again we see decisions made based on:
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No one is allowed to enter the building without proper authorization; all incoming e-mail messages are filtered; personal computers that are used to store sensitive data do not have a direct connection to the internet, and therefore cannot be accessed remotely. With these enterprise security rules, we have ensured that our private information is safe, […]