Vulnerability Audit

Vulnerabilities List

*Human Error

  • Employee misbehavior (animal abuse, etc.)
  • Rumors
  • Work-place violence
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Animal Transportation accident

 

*Management Decisions/Rumors

  • Lawsuits
  • Animal handling
  • Merger
  • Management decisions
  • White collar crimes

 

*Outside forces

  • Protest
  • Boycott
  • Fatality
  • Client response
  • Unwanted endorsement

 

*Technical Breakdowns

  • Customer Information Hacking
  • Social media Hacking

 

*Natural Disasters

  • Tornado
  • Flood
  • Hurricane
  • Earthquake

 

 

Vulnerability Probability Magnitude Impact
Employee misbehavior 5 7 *35
Rumors 2 5 *10
Work-place violence 2 4 *8
Sexual Harassment 3 4 *12
Delivery accident 4 4 *16
Lawsuits 5 4 *20
Food handling 4 5 *20
Merger 4 7 *28
Layoffs 2 4 *8
White collar crimes 2 2 *4
Protest 3 4 *12
Boycott 2 5 *10
Fatality 2 5 *10
Client response 5 5 *25
Unwanted endorsement 3 8 *24
Customer Information Hacking 2 6 *12
Social media Hacking 2 4 *8
Tornado 4 2 *8
Flood 4 2 *8
Hurricane 4 2 *8
Earthquake 1 2 *2

 

 

Summary of findings/ conclusions

There are findings that human error is Statesboro Humane Society’s highest vulnerability. A human error incident could cause a lot of negative press and backlash. The Humane Society would have to recover from the incident and regrowth a trusting relationship with its clients if a crisis like this were to take place. This finding leads Human Error to be the highest vulnerability for the company.