A multinational corporation seeks to integrate its security policies with its strategic objective of rapid expansion into emerging markets. The corporation understands the associated risks but deems the potential rewards to outweigh the concerns. Which risk appetite characteristic should the security manager prioritize while updating the security framework to support the corporation's strategic goals?
A diversification-oriented appetite that minimizes risk through investment in a variety of markets and sectors.
An emphasis on security measures that enable rapid product rollout and market penetration, aligning with an expansionary strategy.
A compliance-driven approach focused primarily on adhering to various international regulatory requirements.
A limited risk appetite emphasizing strict controls and avoidance of markets with uncertain regulatory frameworks.
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