Peer reviews

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When an ISAC has reached a high level of maturity and where the mutual trust is high, members may want to support each other with peer reviews of the level of capacity in their organisations. A peer review could be performed by setting up a team of members from the ISAC or by involving a third party, usually experts in the field, for an objective evaluation process of a certain business area, process or other part of the business. A peer review is typically organised on a voluntary basis where the company in focus chooses the scope and topic of the review, and the reviewer then conducts research and reviews of the chosen subject matter. The review might also involve interviews and on-site visits, and the end result of the review is ultimately a final report with assessment results and recommendations.

Outcome:

  • Activity – Evaluation, on-site visit
  • Document – Final report
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