Can you name the top risks you should be planning for as a business continuity professional? According to the World Economic Forum’s 2021 global risks perception report (Figure 1), many of the highest impact and most likely events are outside of our control, such as extreme weather, infectious diseases or biodiversity loss.  Of course, since the COVID-19 pandemic, overall systemic risk has increased, but notice cybersecurity failure is still front and center and is far more likely than IT infrastructure breakdown. Figure 1: World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2021 Yet, the vast majority of DR programs are designed for…
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