Answer: Process Owner.
The Process Owner is responsible for defining Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). The Process Owner executes the crucial role of process champion, design lead, supporter, instructor, and protector. The Process Owner should be a senior level manager with credibility, influence, and authority across the various areas impacted by the activities of the process. The Process Owner must have the ability to influence and make sure compliance to the policies and procedures put in place across the cultural and departmental silos of the IT organization.
The role of the Process Owner must be defined in the initial planning phase of any ITIL project. This role is responsible for the overall quality of the process and oversees the management of, and organizational compliance to, the process flows, procedures, data models, policies, and technologies associated with the IT business process.
Answer: Add the risk event to the project's risk register with any additional information you've discovered about the risk.
Whenever a new risk is identified, it should first be added to the risk register to document the risk and its characteristics. A risk register is a document that contains the results of qualitative risk analysis, quantitative risk analysis, and risk response planning. Description, category, cause, probability of occurring, impact on objectives, proposed responses, owner, and the current status of all identified risks are put in the risk register.