1. Focus on simplicity and practicality, while embedding rigor throughout the assessment process. This enables consistent results and a depth of analysis that enhances business decision-making.
    2. Provide a common vocabulary and framework, enabling information risk practitioners and management to form a unified view of information risk across different areas of the business, and better integrate into enterprise risk management.
    3. Guide information risk practitioners’ analysis so that information risk is assessed from the perspective of the business. The end result is a risk profile that reflects a view of information risk in business terms.
    4. Enable a broader and more comprehensive risk coverage, thereby reducing the chance that a significant risk will be overlooked.
    5. Allow key business and technology stakeholders to obtain a clear picture of where to focus resources, in order to deal with information risks that are most significant to the organization.
    6. Empower information risk practitioners to engage with key business, risk and technology stakeholders in an organized and enterprise-aware manner.
    7. Monitor all aspects on a ongoing basis.

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