Effective risk management is a crucial aspect of any organisation’s success. Identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks can protect businesses from potential pitfalls and ensure a smooth operation. In today’s complex and dynamic business environment, organisations need innovative tools that enable them to proactively manage risks.
One such tool is Diri, a powerful platform that provides comprehensive organisational modelling and integration through REST API. By harnessing Diri’s functionality, organisations can revolutionise their risk management practices and pave the way for a secure and resilient future.
Diri’s organisational chart modelling capability offers organisations a visual representation of their structure and hierarchy. This feature allows stakeholders to gain a clear understanding of reporting lines, roles, and responsibilities. When it comes to risk management, this functionality becomes indispensable. By mapping out the organisational structure, potential vulnerabilities and weak links can be identified, ensuring that appropriate controls and safeguards are put in place.
Diri facilitates the seamless placement of users within the correct departments, ensuring that employees are aligned with their roles and responsibilities using role-based access control. When it comes to risk management, this capability is invaluable. By accurately assigning users to their respective departments, organisations can establish effective lines of communication, enhance collaboration, and promote a risk-aware culture. Silos can be broken down, and information can flow freely, enabling a proactive approach to risk identification and response.
With Diri, organisations can integrate their IT systems into the organisational model. This integration enables the identification and assessment of risks associated with specific technology components, ensuring that potential vulnerabilities are addressed. By visualising the IT systems in relation to the organisational structure, organisations gain insights into the dependencies, interconnections, and potential points of failure. This empowers them to implement appropriate controls and safeguards, mitigating risks and bolstering cybersecurity.
Diri allows organisations to connect risks and controls within the organisational model. This functionality enables a holistic view of risk management, where risks can be directly linked to the corresponding controls. Organisations can easily identify gaps or redundancies in their risk management framework by visually representing these connections. This integrated approach streamlines risk assessment, enables effective risk mitigation strategies, and ensures regulatory compliance.
Diri goes beyond individual risk assessments by providing decision-makers with a comprehensive risk picture. Diri helps you to aggregate the data entered into the platform and gain a holistic view of their risk landscape. Decision-makers can access real-time dashboards and reports that consolidate information from various sources based on the organisational model, such as user placements, IT systems, risks, and controls.
In the realm of risk management, leveraging innovative tools is paramount for success. Diri’s organisational modelling and integration capabilities provide organisations with a comprehensive solution to enhance their risk management practices. By accurately representing the organisational structure, placing users in the correct departments, integrating IT systems, and connecting risks and controls – organisations can proactively identify, assess, and mitigate risks through data aggregation and analysis. Embracing Diri empowers organisations to foster a risk-aware culture, make informed decisions, and build resilience in the face of uncertainty. Invest in the power of Diri to revolutionise your risk management practices and navigate the future with confidence.
In this six-minute video, Gaute Wangen explains:
1. Finding the Organisation option
2. Managing organisational branching of structure
3. Security functionality in the Organisation
4. Options and editing the tree
5. Editing a branch
6. Change organisation parent
7. Traversing the organisational tree as an admin