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One of the projects I am most excited about in 2016 is my role as BCI US Group chairperson for the Business Continuity Institutes’ 20/20 Think Tank initiative. In the title of this article, you will observe that I use the term BCM, or business continuity management. One of the challenges we all face is in the definition of who we are and the terms we use to describe our industry. Whether we use the term continuity, recovery, risk management, governance, compliance, crisis management, incident management, emergency response, or any others to describe what we do. The goal – to…

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The global economy is in a significant state of disharmony involving the flow of trade between the world’s nations. This...
In Search of ‘Constructive-Discomfort’
As business continuity practitioners, we should maintain an attitude of “constructive-discomfort.” This mindset should influence our view of our role...
Emergency Management May Reduce the Risk of CERCLA Liability for Natural Disasters
The federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), and corresponding state laws were designed to impose liability on...
Security Controls, Self-Audit, and Testing
As the digital ecosystem within enterprises proliferate, so do the cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities. Before organizations look outside for effective...