- Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and Vulnerability Evaluation (OCTAVE)
- CCTA Risk Analysis and Management Method (CRAMM)
- Information Security Forum's Fundamental Information Risk Management (FIRM)
- Commonly Accepted Security Practices and Regulations (CASPR)
- Control Objectives for Information and (Related) Technology (COBIT)
- A portion of ISO 17799
- The vulnerability of various elements in your resource
- Any special circumstances affecting your resource, such as the maturity or complexity of technology
- The level of threat
- The potential business impact of a breach or denial-of-service
Citicus has created a risk management tool, Citicus ONE, which is based mainly on the FIRM assessment methodol...
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FIRM is more popular outside of the U.S. and COBIT and OCTAVE are more industry-accepted approaches to IT governance and risk assessment methodologies.
I had difficulties accessing FIRM documentation, which leads me to believe you will need to contact Information Security Forum directly and most likely pay to become a member in order to access their documentation. You can contact them via Tel: +44 (0)20 7212 5346, or E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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