Corpus ID: 113599924

Proceedings of The 8 th Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference

@inproceedings{Campus2007ProceedingsOT,
  title={Proceedings of The 8 th Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference},
  author={Mount Lawley Campus},
  year={2007}
}
AS/NZS4360:2004 suggests that the risk assessment process should not be conducted or information gathered in isolation. This insular method of data collection may lead to inaccurate risk assessment, as stakeholders with vested interests may emphasise their own risks or game the risk assessment process. The study demonstrated how a consensual risk assessment approach may result in a more acceptable risk assessment outcome when compared to individual assessments. The… Expand

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