To enable organizations and communities to identify and respond to a plethora of disasters and crises, they require strong support systems and relationships to be in place. This includes support from partners, customers, clients, community groups, first responders, employees and the general public at large. All of these groups are required if individuals, organizations, and communities are to become resilient. But that’s only part of the formula. Regardless of the level of participation by a business continuity or resilience professional, leveraging the benefits provided by local, national and international academic circles – or scientific research – can lift risk, response…
The Criticality of Fuel Continuity Planning
At its core, business continuity is really about resource continuity. To carry on the daily business of creating goods and...
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Operational Resilience: At Its Core, It’s ‘Business Continuity Done Right’
As part of a global company that helps organizations prepare for disruption, we get the unique opportunity to hear about...
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Cybersecurity: What to Expect in 2021
The year 2020 witnessed a seismic physical, economic and cultural shift among global organizations, as businesses adapt to working during...
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Organizations Can Upgrade Their Operational Resilience Plans in 2021 with Risk Intelligence
As we reflect on 2020, one thing is clear: managing uncertainty will continue to be at the forefront in 2021....
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