Risk Matrix at Kendis defines the Risk levels it supports. Currently, Kendis has 2 risk matrices. At the time of the creation risk register, you can select these matrices.

Important Points

  • It's not possible to change the risk matrix associated with the risk register, so choose carefully before creating your risk register.

  • It's not possible to modify the risk levels or create a new Risk Matrix, this may be offered in our later upgrade releases.

Risk Matrix 1

This matrix has 3 values for Probability, Impact, and Risk Level.

Risk Impact

Risk Probability

Risk Level

Low

Low

Low

Medium

Medium

Medium

High

High

High

Risk Level Calculation Matrix

This matrix has 3 "Risk Levels" and they are calculated based on the Probability and Impact combinations.

Risk Probability
( P )

Risk Impact
( I )

Risk Level
( P x I )

Low

Low

Low

Low

Medium

Low

Low

High

Medium

Medium

Low

Low

Medium

Medium

Medium

Medium

High

Medium

High

Low

Low

High

Medium

Medium

High

High

High

Risk Matrix 2

This risk matrix has 5 options for Probability and Impact.

Risk Probability

Risk Impact

Risk Level

Very Low

Very Low

Very Low

Low

Low

Low

Medium

Medium

Medium

High

High

High

Very High

Very High

Severe

Risk Level Calculation Matrix

This matrix has 5 "Risk Levels" and they are calculated based on the Probability and Impact combinations.

Risk Probability
( P )

Risk Impact
( I )

Risk Level
( P x I )

Very Low

Very Low

Low

Very Low

Low

Low

Very Low

Medium

Low

Very Low

High

Low

Very Low

Very High

Medium

Low

Very Low

Low

Low

Low

Low

Low

Medium

Low

Low

High

Low

Low

Very High

Low

Medium

Very Low

Low

Medium

Low

Low

Medium

Medium

Medium

Medium

High

Medium

Medium

Very High

Medium

High

Very Low

Low

High

Low

Medium

High

Medium

High

High

High

Severe

High

Very High

Severe

Very High

Very Low

Low

Very High

Low

Medium

Very High

Medium

High

Very High

High

Severe

Very High

Very High

Severe

Example Risk Screen

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