risk analysis techniques

Continuous assessment of risks and global threats that impact or may impact an organisation in the future is integral to its operational and strategic decision making and is a key component to building a risk mitigation strategy.


From their global survey of 588 executives, the Kroll Global Fraud and Risk Report highlighted a number of common themes that should be taken into consideration when assessing an organisations level or risk and mitigation requirements.

The report also establishes that in addition to these threats that fraud, corruption and leaks of information are the key threats perpetrated by staff. It additionally reinforces the need to consider the breadth of data sources, research and analysis to ensure organisation risk and impact is fully understood.


The insider threat, leaks of internal information and fraud and corruption within the workplace are recognised as key risks that organisations have to deal with. Cyber crime reporting and assessment including having a fraud and corruption control plan are an essential first step in mitigating this global threat.



child labour and modern slavery

It is now recognised that risk from third party relationships can have a significant reputational and financial impact on an organisation particularly where there are third party links to child labour, modern day slavery, human rights abuses and other CSR failures. 

Understanding your vendor and third party risk from transnational crime including corruption and fraud risk and the global profile and nexus that may increase the third party risk to an organisation, should be part of an organisations enhanced vetting procedures.

Talk to us about your risk global profile and opportunities for risk mitigation.

transnational crime risk
Mapping global threats from organised crime and the routes that crime groups traffic people can give an organisation an insight into their supply chain risk and the risk within vendor supply chains from the introduction of risks such as counterfeit products, child labour and modern slavery.
Recognising and analysing the global threat from transnational crime assists all sectors that are affected to plan and design out these risks through supply chain assurance and a strong risk mitigation strategy.

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