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li tiangong
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Joined: Oct 18, 2009
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hi, guys, about identifying 3 top risks,

shouldn't I have already taken care of these risks in my design?

i.e. if I worry about hackers, I should add firewall in my design

then I put this hacker risk and firewall in my risk/mitigation list

so in other words, is this indeed:

"list 3 things that you have in your design to prevent something bad from happening"


what do you guys think?

srees Nivas
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Joined: Oct 05, 2009
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insan sujirishi wrote:hi, guys, about identifying 3 top risks,

shouldn't I have already taken care of these risks in my design?

i.e. if I worry about hackers, I should add firewall in my design

then I put this hacker risk and firewall in my risk/mitigation list

so in other words, is this indeed:

"list 3 things that you have in your design to prevent something bad from happening"


what do you guys think?



Hi..

You are absolutely right. In my opinion, these risks may be related to functional or infrastructure. I'm sure you'll get more than 3 risks when you think about risks in the assignment. As you know that you only need to mention top 3 risks, you need to prioritize the risks.

Hacking, DB corruption are examples of common risks in almost all projects. If you identify risks which are speicific to your assignment (may be based on the requirements), that would be good.

Best regards,
Sri.
li tiangong
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thanks~~

good luck ~
Damien Gallagher
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Hi

Would it be effective to identify the top 3 risks based on the non functional requirements in the assignment?
Also, do we need to do much documentation on these risks?

Thanks
Damien
li tiangong
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Damien Gallagher wrote:Hi

Would it be effective to identify the top 3 risks based on the non functional requirements in the assignment?
Also, do we need to do much documentation on these risks?

Thanks
Damien



less than 150 words per risk shall be enough or even less than 100

whatever risk it can be but not too trivial!!
 
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