Total Information Risk Management

1st Edition

Maximizing the Value of Data and Information Assets

Print ISBN: 9780124055476
eBook ISBN: 9780124058613
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
Published Date: 18th September 2013
Page Count: 316
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How well does your organization manage the risks associated with information quality? Managing information risk is becoming a top priority on the organizational agenda. The increasing sophistication of IT capabilities along with the constantly changing dynamics of global competition are forcing businesses to make use of their information more effectively. Information is becoming a core resource and asset for all organizations; however, it also brings many potential risks to an organization, from strategic, operational, financial, compliance, and environmental to societal. If you continue to struggle to understand and measure how information and its quality affects your business, this book is for you. This reference is in direct response to the new challenges that all managers have to face. Our process helps your organization to understand the "pain points" regarding poor data and information quality so you can concentrate on problems that have a high impact on core business objectives. This book provides you with all the fundamental concepts, guidelines and tools to ensure core business information is identified, protected and used effectively, and written in a language that is clear and easy to understand for non-technical managers.

Key Features

  • Shows how to manage information risk using a holistic approach by examining information from all sources
  • Offers varied perspectives of an author team that brings together academics, practitioners and researchers (both technical and managerial) to provide a comprehensive guide
  • Provides real-life case studies with practical insight into the management of information risk and offers a basis for broader discussion among managers and practitioners


Data management practitioners, including database analysts, information analysts, data administrators, data architects, enterprise architects, data warehouse engineers, and systems analysts, and their managers

Table of Contents

1: Preface and Introduction

2: Information Risk – A management challenge in the 21st century

3: The Total Information Risk Management (TIRM) process

4: Application Examples in the Industry

5: Additional risk management techniques that can be used within the TIRM process

6: Software tools

7: A pathway to a better managed future


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"Total Information Risk Management (TIRM) is a formal process devised by the four authors of this book. It is intended to provide a degree of assurance for data and to help preserve its confidentiality and integrity…Overall the book, and the process that it describes, offer a comprehensive and potentially effective system for protecting data,…" Score: 7 out of, June 2014
"As a book clearly targeted at users who might hopefully adopt TIRM, the discussion is pragmatic and clearly intended to provide resources not only for the implementation of TRIM, but also to assist the technical staff in presenting a business case for using TIRM within an organization. Even if TIRM is not implemented, the questions and issues raised in the book provide a good framework for a broader discussion of the role of information in most organizations.", February 26, 2014
"In today’s information-centric world identifying and mitigating the risk of your data and information assets is fast becoming a necessity instead of a luxury. Take the time to read Total Information Risk Management and you’ll be better prepared to measure the impact of gains in data quality and information insight in your organization."--Data and Technology Today online, November 27, 2013