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Holistically Assessing Risk
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The new ARM’s real-world content and interactive learning experience will give you the practical skills you need today to lead tomorrow. It’s Risk Reimagined. Learn more!

Develop the skills you need to holistically assess existing risks and anticipate emerging ones.


ARM 401 Segment A Topics:

  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Modeling


ARM 401 Segment B Topics:

  • Big Data
  • Hazard Risk
  • Cyber Risk


ARM 401 Segment C Topics:

  • Operational Risk
  • Social Media and Reputational Risk
  • Financial Risk
  • Supply Chain Risk

Course Level


Suggested Self-Study Time

5-7 weeks

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Bottom-Line Benefits

Apply the most effective risk identification and analysis techniques.

Demonstrate your value to your organization by understanding holistic risk assessment strategies that leverage big data’s ability to model and predict risk.

Enhance your professional image.

Show that you’re a key contributor by communicating and collaborating with co-workers about the assessment of areas rich with emerging risks, such as cyber, social media, reputational, and supply chain.

Demonstrate your commitment to career success.

Boost your career opportunities by articulating the value of a holistic approach to assessing every quadrant of risk.


"... It’s impossible to gain work experience in a short amount of time; you simply have to put in the time. But with learning the material from ARM’s segmented exams, you can put yourself at an advantage by improving your awareness of key risk concepts and techniques in manageable chunks of time..."


Samit Shah, ARM

Information Management Analyst

Zurich Insurance Company


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