A key risk indicator (KRI) is a measurement used to categorize the risk of a particular activity. These metrics are used by organizations to monitor and identify early stage increases in exposure to risk throughout the organization. In contrast to a key performance indicator, which monitors progress toward a goal, the KRI captures the possibility of a negative impact at some point in the future. The goal of a KRI is to help stakeholders and decision makers recognize these new and increasing risks early enough so that plans can be made to mitigate, manage, or offset the risk.
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KPIs (Key Performance Indicators ) provide insights about risk events that have already affected the organization; KRIs (Key Risk Indicators) enable businesses to monitor potential future shifts in risk conditions.
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