Expected learning outcomes
- Possesses advanced knowledge on at least one specific framework or standard in Risk Management/ Analysis.
- Possesses insight and good understanding of the practical work of Risk Management/Analysis.
- Possesses advanced knowledge of selected challenges facing the risk analyst.
- Is able to apply a given standard, framework or method for Risk Management/Analysis in an organization.
- Is able to challenge established practices/views held by other practitioners.
- Advanced level of understanding of assumptions/principles and models on which risk analysis methods are/should be based.
- Case study role play
- Selected Risk Management Method(s).
- Classifications of Risk Management methods
- Decission theory
- Risk, Threat and vulnerability discovery
- Game theory
Form(s) of Assessment
Oral exam, individually
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
- Group project reports (49%)
- Oral, individual examination (51%).
- Each part must be passed to pass the course
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
Evaluated by external and internal examiner.
The student must design a new scenario/case and all reports must be re-submitted, based on the new case, next time the course is running.
Re-sit examination for the oral examination in August.
A scenario/case description must be submitted within 10 days of the first lecture.
Each group must present their scenario/case.
Books/standards, conference/journal papers and web resources. E.g. the ISO27005 standard, ISACA RISKIT literature.
Replacement course for
Risk Management 1 and 2