Digital risk is a business issue, associated with digital business processes, not just a technology issue. That new reality makes digital risk management a business imperative that no company can afford to ignore. The problem is that the threat landscape is so large and diverse that it can be difficult for small businesses to know what threats to guard against and how to make sure they’re as protected as possible.
Technology management is the combination of science, engineering and management knowledge and practice, with technology as the central means of wealth and value creation. Technology management programs typically include instruction in production and operations management, project management, computer applications, quality control, safety and health issues, statistics, and general management principle.
Compliance risk management is the process of managing corporate compliance to meet regulations within a workable timeframe and budget. Not every regulated company manages this particularly well, and some even consider noncompliance fines as a normal cost of doing business.