Why Organizations Are Acquiring Risk-Sensing Tech
Preparing for the worst comes with the territory for CIOs and IT leaders, and risk-sensing technology has the potential to anticipate market shifts.
80% of C-level execs say their organization uses risk-sensing tools.
49% believe that data leveraging has emerged as the key way to mitigate the risk of being left behind.
Finance: 70%, Compliance: 66%, Operations: 65%, Strategies: 57%
35% say regulatory requirements currently present the greatest risk concerns, while 32% cite reputational risks and 29% say it’s the pace of innovation.
30% say the pace of innovation and regulatory requirements will emerge as the greatest risk concerns three years from now, while 25% cite talent-related risks and 24% say it is reputational risks.
65% say they employ people with adequate knowledge to both monitor and analyze risk-sensing data and make it actionable for business.
40% agree that outside parties—detached from internal management’s agendas and biases—can analyze risks with greater objectivity and expertise than insiders.
Work with senior leaders and stakeholders to target potential industry disruptors, metrics to track and thresholds that will trigger communication, escalation and countermeasures.
These would include relevant data extracts from structured and unstructured sources. Make sure you incorporate visualization tools that present these in a comprehensible form.
It must enrich data/findings by connecting them to trends impacting your sector, related industries, the economy, technology and regulatory compliance, among others.