Personal risk management. What to track and how?

Management of risks

1. Management planning (plan)
-Method set
-Budget for risk management
-Frequency of control procedures
-Threshold criteria for risk recognition
-Report formats and templates
-Risk Management Plan
-Risk Register

2. Risk identification

Risk identification

2.1 External
-Unpredictable (not controllable)
-Political events
-Natural disasters
-Man-made disasters

Predictable (not controllable)
-Price spikes
-Currency fluctuations

2.2. External non-technical
-Changing customer needs
-Funding delays

2.3 Technical
-End of product support
-Difficulty in applying new technology

2.4. Regulatory
-Customs duties

2.5 Internal risks Individual

3. Risk assessment

-Qualitative Analysis
-Determining the likelihood of risk exposure
-Probability and Consequence Matrix
-Assessing the qualities of these risks
-Risk classification
-Assessing the urgency of responding to risks
-Risk register (update)
-Quantitative Analysis
-Data collection and presentation methods
-Quantitative analysis and modeling
-Risk register (update)
-Impact assessment

4. Response planning

-Threat response strategy (negative risks)
-Risk avoidance evasion
-Minimizing risks reducing the likelihood of occurrence
-Transfer of risks to a third party (insurance)
-Opportunity Response Strategy
-Overall strategy for responding to threats and opportunities
-Risk taking
-Contingency response strategy
-Creation of reserves
-Risk register (update)
-Project management (update)
-Contractual agreements relating to risks

5. Monitoring and control

-Reports on the progress of work implementation of the risk management plan
-Risk audit (assessment of the effectiveness of the plan)
-Analysis of deviations and trends
-Technical measurement of execution
-Reserve analysis
-Current Status Meetings
-Monitoring of risk events
-Identification of new risks (registry update)
-Efficiency mark
-Plan adjustment

It was a long time ago in 2011. Now you need correction.
Personal risk management
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General tables

Personal Life Dashboard.

You need to understand well against what background self - tracking works.
The structure of self - tracking can be very simple and understandable.
By analogy, this system should be a “mirror” of other systems for collecting personal information about the person.

An example, for example, may be a system of “social rating” and similar systems.
You can simplify accounting, but understand what information is collected about you and how it is used very useful.
And in most bases there is a “back door”.

The level of detail can be different. All innovations can be used taking into account this background.
Medical data is a small part of all data.
A general look at the trend.

An example of the structure of the collection of personal information.

Federal Register of Population.

All available bases can be tied to the pen with a unique key.

List of available personal data databases.

Personal data databases

The main bases.

  • Regulation in the field of internal affairs.
  • Regulation in the field of defense.
  • Regulation in the field of information technology.
  • Regulation in the field of higher education, scientific, scientific, technical and innovative activities
  • Control and supervision in the field of education.
  • Control and supervision of compliance with tax and fees legislation.
  • state services and management of state property in the field of sea and river transport
  • Supervision in the field of labor and employment.
  • Pension Fund.
  • Social insurance fund.
  • Medical insurance funds.
  • The basis of acts of civil status.

Additional bases.

  • Database of electronic passports
  • Database of electronic signatures
  • Database of electronic work books
  • Base of voters
  • Database of the portal Electronic Voting
  • Database of users of the public service portal
  • Court database
  • database of public associations
  • database of political organizations
  • Genetic database
  • Database of a single biometry system
  • Notary database
  • Migrant data database
  • The database of citizens who went abroad crossing the border.


What is interested in a citizen on the Internet and with whom does he communicate?

  • Database of users of SIM cards, phone numbers, passports, photos.
  • Database of telephone conversations, text messages, contacts, geolocation.
  • Database of Internet user profiles.
  • Database of users of Internet applications.
  • Database of customers of smartphones, mobile phones, computers.
  • Database of deanomized users of the browser Tor.
  • Database of social networks accounts.
  • Database of users of foreign networks.
  • Base of email accounts.
  • Database of intercom with video cameras and Internet access.
  • Bloggers database.
  • Database of prohibited sites.
  • The database of amateur radio and amateur clubs.
  • Database of users of radio stations.


What departures does a citizen receive and accept their value?

  • Database of mail customers.
  • Database of international postal items.
  • The database of mail subscribers.


What purchases a citizen does their value in foreign online stores?

  • Database of buyers of foreign online stores.


Routes for the movement of a citizen in a settlement and public transport and ownership of personal vehicles?

  • Base of recognition of persons of the network of city video cameras.
  • Database of metro users.
  • Database of users of public city transport.
  • Taxi users base.
  • Database of railways users.
  • Aeroflot customers database.
  • Database of Customer Customers, local routes and intercity.
  • Database of owners of vehicles and violators of traffic rules.
  • Database of car owners.
  • Database of Auto Insurance.

Civil weapons

Does a citizen owns a weapon and visits hunters clubs?

  • Database “Civil Weapons”.
  • Database of members of rifle clubs and sections.
  • Database of hunters organizations.

Real estate.

What real estate does a citizen and members of his family have?

  • Register of real estate.
  • A single cadastre of land plots.
  • Database of managers of apartment buildings.
  • Database of power supply companies.
  • Base of gas supply companies.
  • Database of the Bailiff Service.


The behavior of family members of a citizen in school and public places?

  • Database of school students.
  • Database of video surveillance for schoolchildren.
  • Database of university students.


What does a citizen and members of his family read?

  • The database of libraries.

Cinemas, theaters, concerns.

Which films, performances, concerts are watching a citizen and members of his family?

  • Database of cinemas visitors.
  • The database of visitors to theaters.
  • Database of concert visitors.

Television cable and the Internet.

  • Database of visitors to cinemas. Base of data from SMART TV user views.


Bank accounts of a citizen and members of his family?

  • Register of deposits of settlements in banks
  • Biometric database of bank customers.

The shops.

The costs of a citizen and family for purchases in stores?

  • Database of customers of chain stores.
  • Database online cash desk.
  • Database of online purchases from a bank card.

Restaurants and cafes.

The expenses of a citizen and family for restaurants and a cafe?

  • Database of restaurant visitors.
  • Database of visitors to the coffee shop network.


The expenses of a citizen and his family for medicine?

  • Database of patients with coronavirus.
  • Database of electronic gaps of the epidemic period.
  • Database of dispensary observation and personal medical records.
  • Clients database Fitness - Clubs.

Social media.

  • Facebook user database.
  • Twitter user database.

Search engines.

  • The database of personal data of Google users.

This is not a complete list.

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