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Risks aren’t   always related to technology, though may affect the same.
In this week’s Discussion you will introduce   a unique, non-tech related risk that your or another organization may   face.
It’s important to understand that while many   risks that we prepare for surround technologies–e.g., data breaches,   server failures, etc., etc.–they only account for a portion of   risk. Many risks that we need to prepare for are unrelated to   technologies. Florida firms likely need to prepare for hurricanes and   related outages. What about the risks associated with your senior   developer jumping ships to a competing firm? The list is endless.
To earn full credit for this Discussion,   which counts as a Homework Assignment in our course, there are four main   requirements:
1. Create an Initial Post that describes a   unique, non-tech risk. You cannot repeat what anyone else has used. (30   points)
2. In your Initial Post also describe how your   firm, or another one, would best mitigate, remove, or pass along the risk to   another entity. You must be descriptive. For example, you cannot simply say   that “The best way to avoid the risk of hurricanes is to buy   insurance.” (20 points)
3. You must relate at least   one lesson from either our course or   another Cumberlands graduate course that informs your advice about   how to overcome the risk you noted in your Initial Post. (30 points)
4. In at least one or two Responsive Posts,   opine about what your fellow students set forth as their non-tech risk in   their Initial Post(s). This must be more than just, “Your risk was   thoughtful to bring up and I sure hope it never happens.” (20 points)
Do Not Plagiarize. Only   submit your original thoughts and work.
Enjoy, and learn from each other as I do   from you all the time.

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