IT Risk Assessment Template

Stay secure and prepared by improving your risk visibility with Wrike’s IT risk assessment template. Better manage and mitigate the risks that impact your organization.

IT Risk Assessment Template
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Stay secure with Wrike’s IT risk assessment template

Managing and triaging various issues can be hectic, especially when dealing with multiple projects. This often results in poor visibility into problems, threatening organizations with serious project or security risks. 

Wrike’s IT risk assessment template helps your organization keep up with the risks that need urgent attention and action. This template will demonstrate how to create and manage RAID reports as well as how to customize them to fit your team’s unique needs and projects. 

Why you need this template

Difficulty in tracking risks

Difficulty in tracking risks

Gain a complete visualization of risks through Wrike’s IT risk assessment template. Easy-to-use RAID report forms also make it easy for your teams to track and update the status of each risk.

Non-standardized processes lead to security issues

Non-standardized processes lead to security issues

Consolidate your IT risk management process by tracking reports and resolutions from a central dashboard.

Issues with resource allocation

Issues with resource allocation

Wrike’s IT risk assessment template offers improved visibility on issues across multiple teams with comprehensive table views. You can also tag other teams on relevant risk reports, making it easier for you to keep other departments up to speed on risks.

Mitigate risks more effectively with this Wrike template

Mitigate risks more effectively with this Wrike template

Mitigate risks more effectively with this Wrike template

How to use the IT risk assessment template in Wrike

The IT risk assessment template features a pre-built template with two request forms that’ll improve the way you manage risks and resources. This guide will demonstrate how to: 

  • Submit new RAID reports.
  • View and track reports from a unified table.
  • Move reports through each workflow stage.
  • Use a dashboard to manage and mitigate risks. 

Step 1: Submit a RAID form

The IT risk assessment template includes ready-to-use request forms that’ll help you create new RAID reports. 

The request forms require you to fill out necessary details like RAID type, descriptions of the RAID, the cost to the business, and whether or not it should be considered a risk.

Each risk can be rated through a conditional RAID form, which measures its impact, probability, and proximity. These factors determine the report’s overall risk score, which ranges from 3-15. 

Once submitted, new RAID reports will be sent to the “RAID Intake” folder and can be viewed from a consolidated table view. This table view displays new incoming risks, along with relevant information like problem statuses and business costs.

Program and risk managers can use this table view to increase their visibility of incoming reports across different teams and projects. 

You can also share each report with other teams to help keep them up to speed on important issues.

Step 2: Determine risks

Depending on the severity or urgency of each report, teams can then decide whether or not to classify each report as a risk. 

Risks can be confirmed by changing the status of the report to “In Progress.” It’ll then be automatically sorted into the “RAID Log” folder.