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  1. IT risk management

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    IT risk management is the application of risk management methods to information technology in order to manage IT risk, i.e.: The business risk associated

  2. Quantitative analyst

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    and risk management problems. The occupation is similar to those in industrial mathematics in other industries. Although the original quantitative analysts

  3. Project risk management

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    Project risk management is an important aspect of project management. Project risk is defined by PMI as, "an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs

  4. Financial modeling

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    needed] is between: "quantitative financial management", models of the financial situation of a large, complex firm; "quantitative asset pricing", models

  5. IT risk

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    Information technology risk, IT risk, IT-related risk, or cyber risk is any risk related to information technology. While information has long been appreciated

  6. Agile software development

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    A. (2014). Agile Risk Management. Springer Verlag. ISBN 978-3319050072. Beck, Kent (1999). "Embracing Change with Extreme Programming". Computer. 32 (10):

  7. Risk

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    Process risk Reputational risk Reliability engineering Risk analysis Risk assessment Risk compensation Peltzman effect Risk management Risk-neutral measure

  8. Mathematical finance

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    finance that require advanced quantitative techniques: derivatives pricing on the one hand, and risk- and portfolio management on the other. French mathematician

  9. Automotive Safety Integrity Level

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    different points. Where ASIL is a qualitative measurement of risk, SIL is quantitatively defined as probability or frequency of dangerous failures depending

  10. Value at risk

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    actions, can lead to self reference. This is risk management VaR. It was well established in quantitative trading groups at several financial institutions

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