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…
Resilience During a Possible Recession
On March 16, 2022, The Fed enacted the first of what would be eight interest rate increases. The goal of...
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Six Tips for Legal Professionals in Disaster Recovery Planning
As businesses of all sizes adjust to ongoing recommendations from local, state and federal COVID-19 guidance, there needs to be...
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Why Does My Battery Fail When I Need It Most?
Hurry up and wait, the timeless expression applies to so many situations, but it always applies to batteries! Have you...
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The Path to Continuity and Resilience Program Success in 2024
The evolving threat landscape has caused risk, continuity, resilience, and compliance teams to face several new challenges throughout 2023 as...
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