Final Risk Management Plan Discussion
I’m working on a computer science question and need support to help me learn.
This project is divided into several parts, each with a deliverable. The first four parts are drafts. These documents should resemble business reports in that they are organized by headings, include source citations (if any), be readable, and be free from typos and grammatical errors. However, they are not final, polished reports.
Please see the attached requirements.
Project Part 5: Final Risk Management Plan
Compile all project parts into a single risk management plan document. Reduce redundant text, if any. Incorporate instructor feedback on the previous submissions in the final risk management plan.
Format: Microsoft Word (or compatible)
Font: Arial, size 12, double-space
Citation style: Your school’s preferred style guide
Estimated length: 14–20 pages
I have attached part 1 and part 2 that I submitted. The one I submitted on part 3 and 4 are wrong. Professor comments are below:
Part 3 – The part 3 project is all about mitigating risks identified in Health Network Inc’s IT infrastructure. For example, “Loss of company’s information on lost or stolen company-owned assets, such as mobile device and Laptop.” What type of control are you implementing to mitigate the risk? You need to use those risks you identified in the early part of the project and recommend a control.
Part 4 – This part of the project should focus on the analysis of Business Impact in case of a disaster for Health Network inc. The purpose of Business impact assessment is to be prepared in case of a disaster. You should have focused on the critical business resources of the Heath Network and analyze the impact of the critical infrastructure if it were to go off. As you can see, you were writing in general terms instead of performing the analysis.
For example, what is the maximum acceptable outage MAO, recovery time objective RTO for the Heath Network inc? You need to state how many hours or days that the organization can accept. Please, ensure that you.