Risky Business (Part 3): The Beauty of Risk Transfer

Risk transfer strategies allow you more time to focus on your business.
February 13, 2018
3 min. read

Previously, I’ve talked about four primary risk treatment options: mitigate, avoid, accept, and transfer.

Over the history of the security industry, we’ve tended to focus on mitigation. Implementing controls is where the action is.

As IT has largely become a consumption model, I would argue that risk transfer is catching up with mitigation and becoming a primary approach for many companies. The new world of security is a more streamlined model that involves transferring many types of risk—and many of the associated controls—to third parties in a variety of ways.

Read the full article published February 7, 2018 here: by Security Week.

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