Threat Exposure Management

What is Threat Exposure Management?

Threat Exposure Management addresses the limitation of current enterprise risk management frameworks which tend to emphasize known, mathematically estimable risks while sidestepping threats arising out manmade crises or self-imposed organizational change initiatives. The basic tenet of this book is that to be truly ‘enterprise-wide’, a risk management framework needs to amalgamate known risks, unknown threats, and organizational self-transformations into a singular identification, assessment and response methodology.

To do so, Threat Exposure Management introduces a broad ‘threat abatement’ framework which combines the now largely standalone disciplines of enterprise risk management, organizational resilience, business continuity planning, and change management into a singular organizational function focused on protecting organizational assets against all internal and external threats.