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By Cesar Ariel Pinto

"Preface Engineering present day platforms is a demanding and intricate activity. more and more, platforms are engineered via bringing jointly many separate platforms, which jointly offer an total strength that's in a different way impossible. Many structures now not bodily exist inside of basically outlined limitations, are characterised by way of their ubiquity and shortage of specification, and are unbounded, for instance, the net. More Read more...

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A system is an interacting mix of elements forming an intended whole greater than the sum of its parts. These elements may include people, cultures, organizations, policies, services, techniques, technologies, information/data, facilities, products, procedures, processes, and other human-made (or natural) entities. The whole is sufficiently cohesive to have an identity distinct from its environment (White, 2006). General systems theory is a view that systems are “everywhere” (von Bertalanffy, 1968).

With regard to the second question, an enterprise system is often planned and engineered to deliver capabilities through a series of time-phased increments or evolutionary builds. Thus, risks can originate from many Engineering Risk Management 13 different sources and threaten enterprise capabilities at different points of time. Furthermore, these risks must align to the capabilities they potentially affect, and the scope of their consequences must be understood. In addition, the extent to which enterprise risks may have unwanted collateral effects on other dependent capabilities must be carefully examined.

11 Engineering Risk Management Risk Prioritization Analysis In this step, the overall set of identified risk events, their impact assessments, and their occurrence probabilities are processed to derive a ranking of the most-to-least critical risks. Decision analytic techniques such as utility theory, value function theory, and ordinal methods are formalisms often used to derive this ranking. A major purpose for prioritizing (or ranking) risks is to form a basis for allocating critical resources.

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