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The role of risk quantification in your technology investment plans

It is more important than ever to make effective, financially sound, risk-based technology decisions.

Luke Nelson

Luke Nelson

Managing Director, Technology Risk Management, KPMG LLP

Mihai Liptak

Mihai Liptak

U.S. Service Co-Lead, Risk Quantification , KPMG LLP

+1 212 954 4342

Anderson Salinas

Anderson Salinas

U.S. Service Co-Lead, Risk Quantification , KPMG LLP

+1 212 872 6486

With old norms shaken globally, there are numerous hard and fast-paced decisions that organizations are being forced to make. There is a need today to make those decisions in a way and in timeframes never experienced before. Business leadership continues to rely heavily on information technology (IT) departments to provide effective solutions for remote and alternative ways of working as well as to minimize the disruption to business operations and regain any lost momentum, quickly and securely. 

As the current outlook for COVID-19 remains uncertain, IT management is responding to unplanned events, threats are materializing in unforseen ways, and organizations' acceptance of risk is changing dramatically. It is therefore imperative for IT, in partnership with the business, to make financially quantified, risk-based technology decisions.

Learn in this paper about:

  • how COVID-19 is changing business models
  • driving technology project prioritization with risk quantification
  • KPMG Tech Risk Intelligence.
The role of risk quantification in your technology investment plans
It is more important than ever to make effective, financially sound, risk-based technology decisions.