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Definitions

European Definitions

Other International Definitions

ITU-T

Risk tolerance means the degree of exposure to security risk acceptable to policy makers/business owners. [1]


National Definitions

Canada

The willingness of an organization to accept or reject a given level of residual risk. [2]

Note: Risk tolerance may differ across an organization, but must be clearly understood by those making risk-related decisions.

Philippines

Risk Tolerance:
(a) The level of risk an entity is willing to assume in order to achieve a potential desired result;
(b) The defined impacts to an enterprise‘s information systems that an entity is willing to accept. [3]



United States

NIST
The level of risk an entity is willing to assume in order to achieve a potential desired result. [4]


US-CERT
Risk Tolerance: Thresholds that reflect the organization’s level of risk aversion by providing levels of acceptable risk in each operational risk category that the organization has established. [5]


Standard Definition

ISO Guide 73:2009(en)

Organization's or stakeholder's readiness to bear the risk after risk treatment in order to achieve its objectives [6]

Academic Definitions

Risk Tolerance refers to a person’s capacity to accept a certain amount of risk. [7].

Note: the concept of risk tolerance is linked to the concept of Risk Perception.

See also


Notes