I'm John Hill, CEO for TechSage Solutions here on the strategic planning deck. Again, cheers. I'm enjoying a beautiful, clear, warm day today, so I really hope you are too. Now that you learned about cybersecurity and general risk assessments, let's briefly discuss some of the things you can do to remediate some of that risk. Keep in mind that it's impossible, or at least almost impossible to completely eliminate risk. So remediation is your avenue for minimizing it. First, you must narrow down the list of the potential risks to those that are most important to you and your business or that you consider unacceptable. Now that you've got that focus on the most important risk, there are four options you need to consider when remediating them. First, you can accept the risk and just not worry about it. For a second, you can figure out ways to avoid the risk. Another good option would be just to transfer the risk so you don't have to worry about it at all. The last of the four options is probably the best thing to consider when you're thinking about those risks that are important to you. You should just bite the bullet and spend the time and money on implementing the appropriate security controls. That being said, sometimes the time, effort, and dollar-cost are just too high, so you might as well just choose option one. Just accept the risk and move on.

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