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Impact of counterfeits on electronics companies

Outsourcing and globalization have numerous benefits, but there is a downside—the proliferation of counterfeits and sales through unauthorized channels. This paper demonstrates the impact of counterfeits on electronics companies and gives solutions for finding the violators as well as a four-step roadmap for recovering revenue lost to counterfeits.
Uploaded by newmomentum on 07/25/2010
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

RIIRIS402A - Carry Out the Risk Management Processes

This unit standard, RIIRIS402A Carry Out the Risk Management Processes is about how to carry out risk management processes in the coal and metalliferous mining industries. It includes: determining the risk management process; identifying hazards; assessing risk; identifying unacceptable risk and potential actions; deciding on, implementing, or facilitating of actions; reviewing the implementation of action; auditing the risk management process; and completing records and reports.
Uploaded by catrinadaly on 12/13/2012
Digital publication details: 19 pages.


Self-rating is the World’s first internet-based service that allows companies to diagnose and expose the hidden fragilities of their business models. The service helps businesses protect themselves from the dangers of excessive complexity which is the primary source of exposure in a turbulent economy.
Uploaded by amandasmith1 on 12/18/2011
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

FDA's final Medical Device Data System Rule

FDA's promulgation of Electronic Medical Records, introduction of Meaningful Use and desire to automatically acquire medical device data for inclusion in electronic records has resulted in the development of Medical Device Data Systems
Uploaded by davidross759 on 06/26/2011
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Project Risk Management by Shaun Gurmin

This Brief Presentation Details the Fundamentals for Project Risk Management
Uploaded by shaun-gurmin on 07/15/2010
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Strong, Safe, and Resilient

Disaster risk management is essential in the fight against poverty. Disasters can, in an instant, wipe out decades of hard-fought poverty reduction and development gains and push countless households into poverty. Disasters disproportionally affect the poor: Vulnerable and marginalized groups, including women, children, the elderly, and people with disabilities, are at particular risk. East Asia and the Pacific is the most disaster-stricken region in the world, suffering from small recurrent as well as rare high-impact events. East Asia is rapidly urbanizing, and cities are becoming disaster hotspots. Unplanned or poorly planned urbanization, which puts more people and assets in harm’s way, is the single largest driver of disaster risk.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 03/05/2013
Digital publication details: 205 pages.

The “Risk Matrix” – Explained

The Risk Matrix is also popularly known as the Probability and Impact Matrix. The Risk Matrix is used during Risk Assessment and is born during Qualitative Risk Analysis in the Risk Management process. It is a very effective tool that could be used successfully with Senior Management to raise awareness and increase visibility of risks so that sound decisions on certain risks can be made in context.
Uploaded by anand_chittoor on 05/21/2013
Digital publication details: 2 pages.


Uploaded by michelrochette on 02/26/2009
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

Information Security and Payment Card Rules: Protecting Patient Payment Data and Complying with PCI

In this session, attendees will learn what the PCI DSS requires for protection and how the PCI DSS relates to the HIPAA Security Rule - there are substantial similarities, and being prepared for one helps you prepare for the other, as well as for other requirements, such as breach notification. We will discuss how the regulations and standards work and their legal basis, as well as provide up-to-date information on any expected changes.
Uploaded by davidross759 on 04/19/2011
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Building Urban Resilience

Resilience is the ability of a system, community, or society exposed to hazards to resist, absorb, accommodate to, and recover from the effects of a hazard in a timely and efficient manner. Resilience in the context of cities translates into a new paradigm for urbanization, and forms base for a new understanding how to manage hazards and urban development. In the next decades, the major driver of the increasing damages and losses from disasters will be the growth of people and assets in harm’s way, especially in urban areas. Often lacking resources, infrastructure, services and the capacity to manage the increase in population, small cities could face heavy losses of life and property due to disasters, unless proactive measures are mainstreamed into governance and planning.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 03/05/2013
Digital publication details: 210 pages.
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