Last year in the U.S. we faced 20 separate billion-dollar weather and climate-related disasters (NCEI), an ongoing pandemic, social unrest, and an evolving transition into a greener economy. Strengthening Operational Resilience Given these significant challenges, we need to look at environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and climate risk issues holistically to develop the robust risk management programs needed to improve operational resilience, create opportunity, and manage risk. To do this, an organization must look beyond its four walls to understand how it affects the world and how the world affects it. At the forefront in many financial industry conversations, the…
Colonial Pipeline Attack Puts Spotlight on Third Party Management and Operational Resilience
When the cyber-attack on the Colonial Pipeline hit the news, it was another sterling example that preparedness and backup plans...
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How Climate Change Is Impacting Businesses and What Can They Do to Protect Themselves
More than one in four organizations worldwide are already feeling the effects of climate change. In the U.K., three in...
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Flooding: More Likely, More Extreme and More Unpredictable
The rain began falling across Europe on July 12. The storm started over the United Kingdom and swept east across...
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Seismic Solutions for Enterprises and Data Centers in California and Beyond
With locations smack-dab in the middle of the San Andreas Fault, Silicon Valley, and Bay Area, enterprises and the data...
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