To realize greater levels of success, businesses have become more specialized, concentrating on what they do best to achieve better margins. The more specialized the business, the more they must rely on the use of third-party vendors to bring their products to market. The reliance on third-parties increases exposure to an organization’s resilience, regulatory, reputational, security, and financial risk. It is the responsibility of the business continuity professional to ensure the resiliency of the organization, including third-party vendor recovery and security. Vendor continuity management (VCM) intersects with business continuity management (BCM) and operational risk management (ORM) anywhere third-party vendors provide…
The Criticality of Fuel Continuity Planning
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Why Zero Trust is Key to a Great Cyber Security Program
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From Reactive to Proactive: Crafting a Future-Proof Disaster Recovery Strategy
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How Employees Can Boost Organizational Safety and Resilience
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