This submission originates from the work of the Chapter Risk Management – Special Interest Group. A fundamental facet of all ISACA certifications is risk management and for Risk Management to be properly addressed in any organisation, the Risk Practitioner plays a critical role. What is a risk practitioner? If one walked into the room could we recognise them? Would they have scales or feathers?
And so this presentation will address The Role of the Risk Practitioner.
The role of risk practitioner is regularly referenced in risk material despite the fact there is no formal definition (that we can find)
This presentation will examine the role of risk practitioner and an open discussion on what the audience perceives as what a risk practitioner is and does.
This presentation looks, based on ISACA material especially the CRISC certification, at the role and what is expected. It discusses what the risk practitioner must do, do, may do or should do.
We expect to get a lively debate going and will publish a short paper for attendees on our findings