Risk Management

The Q-Risk application serves to manage information and operational risks throughout their life cycle – from identification to analysis, evaluation, treatment and monitoring.

It allows for the creation of a clear catalogue of assets with the possibility of categorising assets into categories and groups for the collective assignment of threats and vulnerabilities.

Thanks to its simplicity and the way it works with risk, it significantly saves the time and resources needed for effective risk management.

Q-Risk Q-Risk an effective tool for risk management

  • Identification of risks, with the possibility of linking them to assets,
  • Categorisation of risks
  • Implementation of own risk assessment methodology
  • Simple specification of evaluation parameters
  • Risk management
  • Monitoring of risks
  • Copying of reference risks and measures
  • Treatment of identified threats and vulnerabilities of the organisation ’ s assets (Risk matrix)
  • Support for multiple risk management domains
  • Migration of data from other systems

Q-Assets –  Additional module for information risk management

  • Pre-prepared catalogues of general threats and vulnerabilitieí
  • Recording, assessment and categorisation of assets linked to their threats and vulnerabilities
  • Threat and vulnerability management in asset profiles
  • Import and export of catalogues of threats, vulnerabilities and assets, including their assessment and categorisation
  • Implementation of own methodology for asset assessment
  • Information Risk Identification Platform

Clear reports for managers

  • priority risks
  • Development and status of risks
  • Key actions
  • Action plan
  • Basis for strategic decision-making and ad-hoc analysis
  • Drill Down – defaults to the level of detail
  • Displays of retrospective views
  • Export Data


  • Rapid and simple implementation of the organisation ’ s risk management rules
  • Application of the “need to know” principle to avoid disclosure of sensitive information
  • Meeting the requirements of legislation, standards and third parties
  • Provision of background for decision-making on priority investments
  • Acquisition of a demonstration tool for internal and external audits
  • Clear allocation of responsibilities
  • Enhancing the security of the organisation
  • Improving the image of the organisation