This paper highlights and consolidates interesting risk management topics for enterprise information systems from enterprise architect and system integration perspectives.
We first highlight concepts of
. Advanced risk modelling
. Enterprise architecture
and how these two disciplines are related. Afterwards, we will consolidate all the common risk factors people have identified for enterprise architecture and system integration.
Finally, we get a case study of how people use one of the models, HHM, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) to manage their enterprise architecture in modern times.
Implementing and deriving a quantitative model for information systems is out of scope, but hopefully we will provide bits and pieces to people who want to develop something handy from this paper.