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It is important for a CRISC candidate to be able to distinguish functional terms and apply concepts associated with “risk,” “threats” and “vulnerabilities. These terms should not be used interchangeably.
- “Risk” refers to the likelihood (or frequency) and magnitude of loss that exists from a combination of asset(s), threat(s) and control conditions. As a derived value, it cannot take a plural form (i.e., “risks”). Consequently, when referring to conditions that represent some amount of risk, terms such as “risk factors,” “risk scenarios” or “risk concerns” will be used.
- “Threat” refers to anything (e.g., object, substance, human) that is capable of acting against an asset in a manner that can result in loss or harm.
- “Vulnerability” refers to control conditions that are deemed to be deficient relative to requirements or the threat levels being faced. It is a weakness in design, implementation, operation or internal controls..
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