Definitions for "Risk "
The possibility of loss in absolute terms, or relative to expectations. Examples...
Hazard; danger; peril; exposure to loss, injury, or destruction.
Hazard of loss; liabillity to loss in property.
The potential of damage to a system or associated assets that exists as a result of the combination of security threat and vulnerability.
What keeps you up at night. A level of threat rationally understood in the context of your vulnerability to it. How much of it your enterprise will tolerate depends on what it has to gain or lose as a result.
The combination of the level of vulnerability with the level of threat to that vulnerability.
In Property and Casualty Insurance, risk refers to a peril (e.g., fire, wind storm or auto collision). People view investment risk in many ways which can involve a number of different factors. Good financial planning involves both understanding different types of risk and taking steps to reduce the effects of these risks. There are several types of investment risks that should be considered in any investment. These are as follows: Call Risk, Capital Risk, Credit Risk, Default Risk, Inflationary Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Legislative Risk, Liquidity Risk, Market Risk, Selection Risk, and Timing Risk.
The property being insured or reinsured.
The peril being covered (e.g. fire department risks).
Keywords:  hotseat, oss, classic, java, map
Risk is a Java version of the classic RISK board game, with a simple map format, network play, single player mode, hotseat, and many more features. It works on all operating system that run Java
This is java version of the classic RISK board game, with a simple map format, network play, 1 player, hotseat, 5 user interfaces and many more features, it works in all OSs that run java
To incur the risk or danger of; as, to risk a battle.
A double-edged sword. A move, plan or opening variation that aims for advantage while carrying the danger of a disadvantage.
A move or combination that aims for advantage in a game while carrying the danger of ending up with a poor position.
Risk is a 2007 Bollywood movie directed by Vishram Sawant. It stars Randeep Hooda, Vinod Khanna and Tanushree Dutta in the lead role. The movie is based on the Mumbai underworld.
Risk is an album by the metal band Megadeth released in 1999. It is generally regarded as Megadeth's musical nadir by both fans and Dave Mustaine alike, and is the last original Megadeth release to feature virtuoso guitarist Marty Friedman. This album is the first Megadeth recording with drummer Jimmy De Grasso.
Keywords:  monde, hasbro, lamorisse, conqu, parker
Risk is a commercial strategic board game, produced by Parker Brothers (now a division of Hasbro). It was invented in the early 1950s by French movie director Albert Lamorisse. It was originally released in 1957, as La Conquête du Monde (The Conquest of the World), in France.
Keywords:  siam, dta, tock, ukraine, conquer
a game best played in an all-night session. the object is to conquer the world through strategy (and good dice-rolling). all those who play Risk must sign the customized rule sheet. Risk often entails a great deal of trash talk. See DTA, siam, ukraine. See also tock.
There are numerous definitions of risk depending on context. In terms of the management of bond portfolios, risk is used most commonly to describe potential deviation from the benchmark against which performance is measured. Standard deviation is a commonly used measure of absolute risk. Tracking error is a commonly used measure of risk relative to a benchmark.
The potential for a problem.
The quantification, normally through statistical methodologies, of the potential known, known-unknown, and unknown variations to the result (McDonald,1995). Construction: elements of risk include profit and contingency. The amount of profit to be added to factor in risk is very subjective and depends on considerations such as competition, the job market, local conditions, etc. Contingency is the amount added to an estimate to allow for changes or project cost growth that experience shows will likely be required. It can be derived through statistical analysis of past project costs or by applying experience gained on similar projects (AACE International, 1992).
In an endangered state from lack of proper care in one's social environment (nurturing) or from a genetic predisposition (nature) toward unhealthy behaviors. In this instance, refers to the idiomatic phrase "at risk".
Risk is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov, originally published in Astounding Science Fiction, May 1955, and included in the collection The Rest of the Robots.
the environment that exists when a manager must make a decision without complete information.
Managing risk is a critical component of sound R&D decision making. In drug development, questions surrounding technical feasibility, development timelines, and the market environment loom over every decision.
Cars or trucks owned by a daily rental company, which, at their end of service, must be disposed of by the rental company. "Risk" refers to the fact that the rental company is responsible for remarketing these vehicles at the end of their rental service, and thereby they are taking the price risk. By contrast, program cars are sold to rental companies with end-of-service price guarantees.
Something that could potentially contribute to failing to reach a milestone.
Something it often pays to take, as long as you fully understand what you're getting into. See Risk-Free Rate of Return.
Risk is associated with a resource/task pairing to indicate the planner's confidence in the estimated effort. Risk can be one of none, low, or high. Some factors that may be taken into account for risk are the experience of the person and the reliability of equipment.
Keywords:  regret, basis, looking, future, defined
only basis of cost, defined as regret in the future looking back
Term used to describe the level of commitment of indemnifying a policyholder against their medical treatment needs.
Keywords:  admitted, dying, outcome, die, hospital
Risk is often expressed as a proportion (or as a percentage). It is defined as the ratio of the number of people who experience the outcome of interest compared to the total number in the sample. E.g. if 20 out of 100 people admitted to hospital after a heart attack die within a month, then the risk of dying within a month is 20/100 (20%) or 1 in 5.
Keywords:  silent, capital, seed, partner, based
Risk-Based Capital
seed capital silent partner
adjustment of original cost of shares by taxed profits. The taxable cost price on the purchase of shares is adjusted with retained and taxed profit in the company. This is used to avoid double taxation on the added value.
Risk adjusted discount rate Risk adjusted profitability
A measure of the presence of variables that are likely to contribute to the development of an undesirable illness or condition.
Representations Residual assets
Keywords:  careers, jobs, involve, level, changing
Changing careers or jobs involve a certain level of risk.
Keywords:  wager, amount, you
Amount you have to put up to make a wager.
Risk is a comic book character appearing in publications from DC Comics.
Keywords:  foreign, exchange, see
See Foreign Exchange Risk
Keywords:  sectional, title
Sectional Title