how to measure Proportion of information security risks for which satisfactory controls have been fully implemented

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Proportion of information security risks for which satisfactory controls have been fully implemented
 

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Aleksey Savkin Staff April 28, 2017

The first thing to do is to define what you mean by the “controls fully implemented.” Obviously you can track this by some activity-related metricĀ (like required employees were informed and trained), or you can track it by some outcome-related metrics, for example, something that would independently confirm that your employees were trained good enough.

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