A Minimum Viable Risk Management Program

Risk management is a fundamental requirement for all major information security frameworks, but there is little practical guidance for implementing a risk management program at small or young organizations. Existing risk management practices require varying levels of staff, expertise, tooling, and time — all expensive — as well as a mature concept of risk, when none of these necessities may be available. Consequently, there is an industry-wide need for a “minimum viable program” that allows organizations to manage risk despite lacking the prerequisites for more full-featured risk management programs. This white paper outlines such a program.

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