This paper examines the information systems literature field from the viewpoint of knowledge security risk management. The review this paper reports was able to identify 7 papers presenting a knowledge security risk management model. The models represent different takes and perspectives on knowledge security risk management. The main finding is that business orientation in the risk management models, and a comprehensive approach that would emphasize also continuous monitoring of the implementation and success of the risk mitigation solutions are not common in the literature. We suggest further theoretical and empirical studies that would address these issues.