[unisog] Risk analysis

Rudolph Pereira rudolph at usyd.edu.au
Tue Feb 21 04:02:40 GMT 2006

On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 02:18:20PM +1100, Leigh Vincent wrote:
> >From this we established the a Terrorist attack was our number one risk
> mainly be cause there are no existing controls.  The next few were
> things like service packs, patch updates, portable devices, ignorance
> etc etc etc. We actually have a list of 21 possible risks.
Excuse my incredulity (I am no risk analyst), but would you be able to share the
reasoning/calculations showing that a terrorist attack was on the top of
your list?
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