Data center risk management is the integration of risk management methods in order to manage data center risk, i.e. the business risk associated with data center the use, ownership, operation, involvement, influence and adoption of data center as an enterprise or organization. Data center risk management can be considered a component of a wider enterprise risk management system. The establishment, maintenance and continuous update of an Information secure Data center management system (ISMS) provide a strong indication that a company is using a systematic approach for the identification, assessment and management of information secure Data center risks. Different methodologies have been implemented to manage data center risks, each of them divided into processes and steps.
According to the Risk data center framework, this encompasses not only the negative impact of operations and service delivery which can bring destruction or reduction of the value of the organization, but also the benefits of Data center. Enabling the risk associated to missing opportunity Data centers use technology to enable or enhance business or the data center project management aspects. Since the process of risk management is an on-going iterative process it must be repeated indefinitely. Owing to the fact that the business environment is constantly changing and new threats and vulnerabilities emerge every day hence the choice of countermeasures used to manage risks must strike a balance between productivity, cost, effectiveness of the countermeasure, and the value of the informational asset being protected. Since risk management is a recurrent activity that deals with the analysis, planning, implementation, control, and monitoring of implemented measurements and the enforced security policy at Dodid it is executed at discrete time points, while parameterizing the entire Risk Management process. This view of the relationship of Risk Management to Risk Assessment is depicted accordingly and necessary measures are executed as needed. Our technical team of experts use the results of a risk assessment to develop security requirements and specifications through the process of evaluating threats and vulnerabilities that may be known or postulated, to determine expected loss and establish the degree of acceptability to system operations. Dodid follows a systematic analysis of assets and vulnerabilities to establish a likely harm from certain events based on estimated probabilities of the occurrence of those events. The purpose of this risk assessment process is to determine if countermeasures that are being implemented are adequate or have to be improvised.