ReputationFailures that damage the confidence of stakeholders such as investors, regulators, customers, partners, employees and communities.
SustainabilityThe risk that an organization will have a negative impact on the environment or human quality of life.risk of financial losses such as credit risk, refinancing risk, revenue risk and exchange rate risk.
Liquidity RiskThe risk that you will run out of the cash required to meet your financial obligations at a point in time. recession, inflation or deflation.
Strategic RiskThe risk that a strategy will fail.
Programs & ProjectsThe risk that programs and projects will experience failures such as cost and schedule overruns.brand value due to factors such as brand image or brand legacy problems. For example, an IT consulting firm that gains a reputation for cost overruns and old thinking.
Supply RiskThe risk of supply problems such as disruptions to a supply chain.
Information SecurityInformation security risks such as the risk of data leaks and disruptions to your services.
Health & SafetyRisks to the health and safety of people including employees, customers and communities that are impacted by your operations.
DisasterThe risk of disasters and other large scale negative events such as war.
SummaryThe following are common types of enterprise risk:
OverviewEnterprise risks are risks to an organization as a whole that require the attention of governance and executive management.
|Definition: Enterprise Risk
Potential losses that are relevant at the top level of an organization.