Risk analysis in information technologies Marcela Ivankovich

Information technologies (IT) are defined as those resources, equipment and tools that are used for the collection, process, management, analysis and distribution of information through technological elements, such as: computers, phones, drones, tablets, software, digital applications and others. Currently, in the 21st century, these resources are considered essential, as they facilitate processes and communication across organizations.

However, the use of these technologies does not exempt the risks associated with their use, presenting vulnerabilities such as: hacking, loss of information, interruption of electrical energy, lack of maintenance, to name a few. Therefore, it is essential to carry out a risk analysis related to the Information Technologies present in an organization, taking into account a logical methodology that includes: identification and classification of vulnerabilities, evaluation, establishment of mitigation measures, monitoring and re-evaluation.

The advantages of carrying out this type of analysis for organizations are the following:

· Identify the most significant vulnerabilities in Information Technology resources.

· Establish appropriate mitigation measures for identified risk.

· Increases security and confidence in the organization's processes related to the use of IT.

· Protection of confidential information.

Through the Risk Analysis in Information Technology course, to be held on March 21 and 22, 2024, you will be able to carry out a risk analysis related to your Information Technologies, taking into account the necessary mitigation measures. to protect both the resources and the information generated in your organization.

For more information, contact us through these channels:

E-mail: ventas@sge-consultores.com
Phone (506) 2225 16 35
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