What are Risk Assessment Methods?
Understanding how to effectively assess risk may be a challenge for many industries. The risk assessment methods: OCTAVE, EBIOS, and MEHARI, will provide you with the sufficient knowledge on how to successfully identify and assess risk in your organization.
OCTAVE – Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and Vulnerability Evaluation were developed by the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), and it was funded by the US Department of Defense. This risk assessment tool is used to help prepare organizations for security strategic assessments and planning for their information.
EBIOS – Expression des Besoins et Identification des Objectifs de Sécurité, was developed by the French Central Information Systems Security Division. The goal of this risk assessment tool is to assess and treat risks with an IS, which would result in assisting the management decision-making, and guide stakeholders to find a mutual set of discussions.
MEHARI – Methode Harmonisee d’Analyse de Risques, was developed by CLUSIF, a non-profit Information Security organization. The goal of this risk assessment tool is to mostly to provide guidelines for ISO/IEC 27005 Implementation and analyze scenario-based risks landscapes for short-long term security management.
PECB Certified Risk Assessment Methods training courses available now
Master the Risk Assessment Methods by attending the PECB Risk Assessment training course. By clicking in one of the options below, you can find the training that best suits to you and your career.
- OCTAVE Risk Manager Training. Develop the necessary skills to perform risk assessment using the OCTAVE Allegro MethodDevelop the necessary skills to perform risk assessment using the OCTAVE Allegro Method. Download the brochure (format.pdf)
- PECB Certified EBIOS Risk Manager – Training, Examination, and Certification. Develop the necessary skills to perform risk assessment using the EBIOS Method. Download the brochure (format.pdf)
- PECB Certified MEHARI Risk Manager – Training, Examination, and Certification Develop the necessary skills to conduct risk analysis using the MEHARI Method. Download the brochure (format.pdf)