What is trending this week in the world of resilience?
2 Canadian banks say accounts customer accounts could be compromised, Food safety standards could be put at risk by Brexit if the UK quits the EU and Phil Gurski reminds us that terrorism is all too real but it is still not an everyday event everywhere.
See below our 5 most popular publications this week:
BMO and CIBC Simplii Financial reveal hacks of customer data
2 Canadian banks say accounts compromised: CIBC says 40,000, and BMO says up to 50,000 affected.
Sometimes a bomb is just a bomb
Terrorism is all too real but it is still not an everyday event everywhere. We would be best to remember that. An analysis by Phil Gurski.
Upcoming training opportunities in Europe with ContinuityLink – June 2018
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Understanding the Gartner Top 25 Supply Chains 2018
Unilever tops the list for third straight year, as we explain the methodology in detail.
Food safety may be put at risk by Brexit
Food safety standards could be put at risk by Brexit if the UK quits the EU without a deal to keep exchanging information on public health issues, the Local Government Association has warned.