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Differences between Opportunities and Objectives

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Differences between Opportunities and Objectives

What are the differences between Opportunities and Objectives?  E.g. when is it an opportunity and when is it an objective?
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Rhand Leal Mar 24, 2020

Objective is a result to be achieved, while an opportunity is a situation, or set of circumstances, that makes it possible to do something.

For example, decrease information security incidents by 10% in the next quarter is an objective. Using the internal newsletter to raise awareness about preventing security incidents is an example of opportunity.

This article will provide you further explanation about information security objectives:

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