When a bowtie is completed, it provides a snapshot of the current risk landscape as it is
understood at the time.
As with all risk assessment methodologies, bowties should be reviewed and updated in order
Defining an appropriate review process will maintain the bowties as active representations of
the risk landscape and ensure appropriate management strategies and resource allocation.
Keep in mind that the purpose of including escalation factors in a bowtie is to capture issues
that require attention and active management. During the review process it is desirable not
only to add new issues but also to remove those that are no longer required.
How to review:
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