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AI – Artificial Intelligence

AICPA – American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

ALARP – As Low As is Reasonably Practicable

AML – Anti–Money Laundering

ANSI – American National Standards Institute

APRA – Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

B2B – Business to Business

B2C – Business to Consumer

B2G – Business to Government

BC – Business Continuity

BCBS – Basel Committee for Banking Supervision

BCM – Business Continuity Management

BCMS – Business Continuity Management System

BCP – Business Continuity Plan

BCP – Business Continuity Planning

BIA – Business Impact Analysis

BIS – Bank for International Settlements

BRP – Business Resumption Plan

BS – British Standard

BSI – British Standards Institute

BYOD – Bring Your Own Device

CBA – Cost Benefit Analysis

CD – Committee Draft

CDD – Customer Due Diligence

CEN – European Committee for Standardization

CENELEC – European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization

CEO – Chief Executive Officer

CERT – Computer Emergency Response Team

CFaR – Cash Flow at Risk

CFO – Chief Financial Officer

CIM – Critical Incident Management

CIO – Chief Information Officer

CISO – Chief Information Security Officer

CMP – Crisis Management Plan

COBIT – Control OBjectives for Information and related Technology

COOP – Continuity Of OPerations

COSO – Committee of Sponsoring Organizations

CP – Contingency Plan

CPO – Chief Privacy Officer

CRO – Chief Risk Officer

CRUD – Create, Read/Retrieve, Update, Delete/Destroy

CSAM – Cyber Security Assessment and Management

C–SCRM – Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management

CSF – Critical Success Factor

CSRM – Cybersecurity Risk Management

CSRR – Cybersecurity Risk Register

CURF – Core Unified Risk Framework

DIS – Draft International Standard

DPIA – Data Protection Impact Assessment

DR – Disaster Recovery

DRM – Disaster Risk Management

DRP – Disaster Recovery Plan

DRP – Disaster Recovery Planning

EAD – Exposure At Default

EL – Expected Loss

EMS – Environmental Management Systems

EN – European Standard

ENAS – Emergency Notification Alert System

EnMS – Energy Management Systems

ERA – European Railway Agency

ERM – Enterprise-wide Risk Management

ERM – Enterprise Risk Management

ERP – Emergency Response Plan

ERP – Enterprise Risk Profile

ERR – Enterprise Risk Register

ERSC – Enterprise Risk Steering Committee

ERT – Emergency Response Team

ETA – Event Tree Analysis

ETSI – European Telecommunications Standards Institute

FDIS – Final Draft International Standard

FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency

FERMA – Federation of European Risk Management Associations

FIRST – Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams

FMEA – Failure Mode and Effect Analysis

FMECA – Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis

FOIA – Freedom of Information Act

FTA – Fault Tree Analysis

GAGAS – Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

GPN – Good Practice Note

GRC – Governance/Risk/Compliance

HACCP  – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

HAZOP – HAZard and OPerability analysis

HIRA – Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

HRA – Human Reliability Assesment

HVA – High Value Asset

IAS – International Accounting Standards

ICT – Information and Communications Technology

IEC – International Electrotechnical Commission

IFRS – International Financial Reporting Standards

IMF – International Monetary Fund

IoT – Internet of Things

IRR – Investment Risk Reserve

ISCM – Information Security Continuous Monitoring

ISO – International Organization for Standardization

ISRA – Information Security Risk Assessments

ISRM – Information Security Risk Management

IT – Information Technology

ITSCM – IT Service Continuity Management

KPI – Key Performance Indicator

KRI – Key Risk Indicators

KYC – Know Your Customer

KYCC – Know Your Customer’s Customer

LGD – Loss Given Default

LOPA – Layers Of Protection Analysis

MBCO – Minimum Business Continuity Objective

MCDA – MultiCriteria Decision Analysis

MTBF – Mean Time Between Failures

MTBSI – Mean Time Between Service Incidents

MTD – Maximum Tolerable Downtime

MTPD – Maximum Tolerable Period of Disruption

MTRS – Mean Time to Restore Service

MTTR – Mean Time To Repair

NIST – National Institute of Standards and Technology

NISTIR – National Institute of Standards and Technology Interagency or Internal Report

OCTAVE – Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and Vulnerability Evaluation

OHS – Occupational Health and Safety

PAIRS – Probability and Impact Rating System

PD – Probability of Default

PEP – Politically Exposed Person

PFMEA – Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

PHA – Preliminary Hazard Analysis

PIA – Privacy Impact Assessment

PII – Personal Identifiable Information

RA – Risk Assessment

RACI – Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed

RAF – Risk Assessment Framework

RAMS – Reliability Availability Maintainability and Safety

RAR – Risk Assessment Report

RAROC – Risk Adjusted Return On  Capital

RARORAC – Risk Adjusted Return On Risk Adjusted Capital

RBIA – Risk Based Internal Audit

RCA – Root Cause Analysis

RCB – Rządowe Centrum Bezpieczeństwa

RMF – Risk Management Framework

RORAC – Return On Risk Adjusted Capital

RPO – Recovery Point Objective

RTL – Risk Tolerance Limit

RTO – Recovery Time Objective

RTS – Risk Tolerance Statement

SEI – Software Engineering Institute

SLA – Service Level Agreement

SMART – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time–bound

SP – Special Publication

SPOC – Single Point of Contact

SPOF – Single Points of Failure

SWIFT – Structured ‘‘What–If’’ Technique

SWOT – Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats

TC – Technical Committee

ToR – Terms of Reference

VaR – Value at Risk


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