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In this area, linkages can be added that are associated with the risk.

Click on the Links tab where you have an option to add new linkages of these types. The types of linkages you can make here are based on the modules activated for the database.

To create a link, click on the New button. and select the linkage from the 'Create a New Linkage' dropdown.

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Note: When deleting a risk that has linkages created for it, all linkages attached with the risk record will be deleted with it too. The linked entity record will not be deleted, only the linkage will be deleted.

  • KPIs – The list of Key Performance/Risk Indicators available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. If the Camms.Strategy product is not activated for the database, the list will be taken from the KRIs added from the Administration > Key Risk Indicators. Else, if Camms.Strategy is in use, the list will be taken from the KPI/KRI list added in there. Once linked, a grid will display all linked KRIs with the risk as below. 

The filters available atop the grid will allow further filtering of linked KRI/KPIs here. 

Period: 2 viewed as YTD and Period are available here. If YTD is selected, the month and the financial year can be selected. If Period is selected a Date range can be selected. The data (Actuals and Performance) for the KPIs will be filtered and shown in the grid based on the period view selected from here. The logics of showing the data will be similar to how KPI/KRI data are shown in the EIS area as well. 

Show Inactive KPIs: Unticked by default, the linkage grid will not show inactive KRIs that are linked to the risk.

For the linked KPI/KRIs, the title, unit, reporting period, actual, targets and the performance for the period the KPI is viewed for will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

  • Event – The list of Open Events available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the Incident title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple incidents can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked events with the risk as below.

For the linked Incidents, the title, type, description, reported date, responsible officer, status and investigation due date will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

  • Risks – The list of active risks available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the risk type first and then by risk title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple risks can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked risks with the risk as below.

For the linked risks, the code, title, organisational links, risk type, risk officer, reporting period (review frequency), next review date and the current risk rating will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

Links to Other Risks

To link risks effectively, you can create new linkages and define relationships between specific risks. The "Link as Child" option establishes a subordinate connection, indicating that one risk is a child or sub-risk of another.

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Note: If a risk is linked as a child, it is considered subordinate to another risk. If linked as a parent, it is considered overarching and may have one or more child risks associated with it. Independent risks are those not linked to any parent or child relationships.

  • Independent Link:

    • If you want the risk to be standalone without any parent or child connections, do not select any linking options.

  • Parent Link:

    • To show that one risk is overarching and may have one or more child risks, use the "Link as Parent" option.

  • Child Link:

    • If you want to establish a subordinate connection, indicating that one risk is a child or sub-risk of another, use the "Link as Child" option.

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Notes: An Orgnisational Links column will be displayed to provide insight of the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks. 

  • The 'Organisational Links' column is currently applicable only for customers using the new 'Flexible Security' feature.

  • The 'Organisational Links' column will give you insight to the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks.

  • If a linked risk is linked to multiple hierarchy nodes, then the ‘Organisational Links’ column will display all nodes in a comma separated view. In the event, there are no linkages, this column will display as N/A. 

  • Audits – The list of audits available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the audit type, code, title and audit year to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple audits can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked audits with the risk as below.

For the linked audits, the status, code, title, type, responsible officer, audit year and audit risk rating will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

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Notes: An Orgnisational Links column will be displayed to provide insight of the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks. 

  • The 'Organisational Links' column is currently applicable only for customers using the new 'Flexible Security' feature.

  • The 'Organisational Links' column will give you insight to the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks.

  • If a linked risk is linked to multiple hierarchy nodes, then the ‘Organisational Links’ column will display all nodes in a comma separated view. In the event, there are no linkages, this column will display as N/A. 

  • Audit Findings – The list of findings available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the linked audit number, finding code and title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple audit findings can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked audit findings with the risk as below.

For the linked audit findings, the linked audits' status, audit year, audit code, title, finding number, title and the finding risk rating will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

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Notes: An Orgnisational Links column will be displayed to provide insight of the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks. 

  • The 'Organisational Links' column is currently applicable only for customers using the new 'Flexible Security' feature.

  • The 'Organisational Links' column will give you insight to the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks.

  • If a linked risk is linked to multiple hierarchy nodes, then the ‘Organisational Links’ column will display all nodes in a comma separated view. In the event, there are no linkages, this column will display as N/A. 

  • Recommendation – The list of recommendations available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the recommendation code and title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple audit recommendations can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the Save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked audit recommendations with the risk as below.

For the linked audit recommendation, the linked audits' year, audit code, linked findings' code and title, recommendation code and title, responsible officer, recommendation risk rating and recommendation action status will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

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Notes: An Orgnisational Links column will be displayed to provide insight of the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks. 

  • The 'Organisational Links' column is currently applicable only for customers using the new 'Flexible Security' feature.

  • The 'Organisational Links' column will give you insight to the organisational nodes that are associated to the linked risks.

  • If a linked risk is linked to multiple hierarchy nodes, then the ‘Organisational Links’ column will display all nodes in a comma separated view. In the event, there are no linkages, this column will display as N/A. 

  • Hierarchy – Risks can be linked to any hierarchy from here. Organisation, Planning and other custom hierarchies available in the database will be shown here upon selecting one which a tree view of the hierarchy with multi select check boxes against the nodes will be displayed.

'Expand All' will expand the full hierarchy in one go and 'Collapse All' will collapse the full hierarchy in one go in a similar manner. Multiple nodes can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the link icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked hierarchy nodes with the risk as below.

For the linked nodes, the structure showing the breadcrumb of the linkage from the root node and the direct node with which the risk is linked to will be shown in the grid. 

  • Obligations – The list of obligations available in the database will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the obligation code and title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple records can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked obligations with the risk as below.

For the linked obligations, the code and title, responsible officer, next review date, priority and status will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

  • Authority Document  The list of authority document records available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the authority document code and title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple records can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked authority document  with the risk as below.

For the linked authority documents, the code and title, responsible officer and priority will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

  • Policy – The list of policy records available in the data base will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the policy code and title to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple records can be linked in one go and saved by hitting on the save icon on the page. Once linked a grid will display all linked policies with the risk as below.

For the linked policy, the code and title and responsible officer will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.

  • Controls  The list of controls available in the system will be available to select and link with the risk. The list will be searchable by the control title, control owner, control owner rating, control authoriser, control authoriser rating to select the ones you want to link to your risk. Multiple records can be linked in one go and saved by clicking the Save button at the top of the page. Once linked, a grid will display all linked authority document  with the risk as below.

For the linked controls, the control title, control owner, control owner rating, control authoriser, and control authoriser rating  will be shown in the grid. The grid can be further searched based on these properties as well.


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