4 06, 2019

ISO 31000 blog series – Risk evaluation with BowTieXP

2019-06-04T10:29:06+02:00Blog, BowtieXP, Software, Software functionality blog|

Two ways to evaluate your risk How do you evaluate risk? In this blog, we describe two functionalities that will help you to evaluate your risks and to see the strengths and weaknesses of your processes. The previous blog describes different approaches to evaluate risk, namely the qualitative way and quantitative way. In this part [...]

16 04, 2019

ISO 31000 Blog Series – Risk identification in BowTieServer

2019-04-16T13:59:47+02:00Blog, BowTieServer, Software functionality blog|

In our last blog, we discussed how the risk identification phase looks like according to ISO 31000. One thing we noted is “The bowtie is not a specialized hazard identification method” which is true, but we do offer a risk or hazard identification tool in our BowTieServer tool. How to identify risk in BowTieServer The [...]

18 10, 2018

Importing data into BowTieXP – Boring job made easy – Part 4

2018-10-18T13:19:53+02:00Blog, BowtieXP, Software functionality blog|

Gathering risk scenarios & incident information, and updating them can be an intense job, especially if the available data is scattered over multiple files and multiple formats. Often clients have the need to merge parts of data from different sources and tend to ask for help to do this in a decent manner. Luckily the [...]

19 09, 2018

Importing data into BowTieXP – Boring job made easy – Part 3

2018-09-21T08:14:13+02:00Blog, BowtieXP, Software functionality blog|

Gathering risk scenarios & incident information, and updating them can be an intense job, especially if the available data is scattered over multiple files and multiple formats. Often clients have the need to merge parts of data from different sources and tend to ask for help to do this in a decent manner. Luckily the [...]

11 07, 2018

Importing data into BowTieXP – Boring job made easy – Part 2

2018-07-12T11:55:42+02:00Blog, BowtieXP, Software functionality blog|

Gathering risk scenarios & incident information, and updating them can be an intense job, especially if the available data is scattered over multiple files and multiple formats. Often clients have the need to merge parts of data from different sources and tend to ask for help to do this in a decent manner. Luckily the [...]