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Risk Management Insights

Access and download your risk dashboard through Risk Management Insights

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Written by Dana Mauger
Updated over a week ago

Risk Managers can have an overview of risk insights. This dashboard enables risk managers to take actions and download visualizations for reports and visualizations.

BEFORE DIVING IN

The Risk Insights dashboard is only available with the Risk Management module.

Insights tab overview

On the Risk Management page, select the Insights tab to access the dashboard. The dashboard includes risk visualizations.

Filter data

You can filter all of the visualization and graphs by risk categories, risk owners. You can also filter based on inherent or residual score for the Risk posture, Risks heatmap, and Category breakdown visualizations.

Download graphs

These filters are applied when you download the graph. You can download each risk visualization by selecting the download icon or to download all select the Download all button. The PDF file when downloading all the graphs can be useful for when you want to create a report or present the current risk posture.

Assessment progress

The Assessment progress card shows the number of risks that have been scored and those that are not yet scored.

Treatment overview

The Treatment overview displays all the risks grouped by their assigned treatment.

Select the number to redirect to the All Risks tab, filtered to that treatment, under the Risk Register tab.

Risk posture

Note: You can filter based on the inherent or residual score by selecting the type of score on the drop down menu underneath Risk Scores.

The Risk posture graph groups the risks by scores. Underneath each colored block is the total number of risks.

Color

Severity of Risk

Score Range

Green

Low Risk

1-4

Yellow

Medium Risk

5-9

Light Orange

High Risk

10-16

Orange

Critical Risk

17-20

The following image showcases the Risk posture graph. There are 13 low risks, 93 medium risks, 27 high risks, and 16 critical risks.

Select the colored block to be redirected to the All Risks tab, showcasing the associated risks. For example, to view more information about low risks, you can select the green colored block and if you would like, download a filtered view of the CSV file.

Risk heatmap

Note: You can filter based on the inherent or residual score by selecting the type of score on the drop down menu underneath Risk Scores.

The Risk heatmap depicts all risks that have been scored and displays them in a heatmap based on their Likelihood and Impact score. This serves as a basic breakdown of your company’s current risk posture.

Selecting the square with the number of risks associated to that combination of impact and likelihood will take you to the Risk Register filtered to those risks.

Category breakdown

Note: You can filter based on the inherent or residual score by selecting the type of score on the drop down menu underneath Risk Scores.

The Category breakdown card breaks out each category with scored risks grouped by severity. It shows the categories with higher severity risks at the top of the list. This is useful to identify which categories represent the most risk in your company.

Select a category label redirects you to the All Risks page filtered by that category, under the Risk Register tab.

Select a color block redirects you to the All Risks page filtered to those risks, under the Risk Register tab.

Risks over time line graph

Note: You can filter based on the inherent or residual score by selecting the type of score on the drop down menu underneath Risk Scores.

The risks over time section allows you to see how your risk posture has changed over a selected period of time. You can select the time period over which you’d like to review your risk scores. You can also download a snapshot of the graph in PDF form to add to presentations and share with other members of your organization.

💡 Of note, we started collecting the data on this graph as of January 3, 2024 so you will not see data prior to January.

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