Delays caused by partial or total breakdown of an IT system could be very costly to the organisation. As a result, a proper risk management strategy is required to allay potential risks. Technology is continually evolving, particularly in the IS environment, which introduces new vulnerabilities. Threats continue to evolve as well and sometimes, even what is designated as a critical asset, changes because the needs and priorities of an organisation change. Therefore, due to this fact, a proper risk management plan will always be needed. This study determined to find out what is the impact of non-technical factors on Risk management System (RMS) deployment. Data was collected using the semi-structured method and was analysed using the structuration theory. Structuration theory acted as a lens through which the problem was looked at. The impacts were derived from the findings after the analysis of the data collected.
Odejide, Abayomi, "The Impact of Non-Technical Factors on Risk Management System deployment" (2013). MWAIS 2013 Proceedings. 22.