This week – Supply Chain Disruption, Public Events Security and Google Tracking

What is trending this week in the world of resilience?

Supply Chain disruptions nearly doubled in 2017 2

Supply Chain disruptions nearly doubled in 2017

Supply chain disruptions globally nearly doubled in 2017, according to Resilinc’s annual report.

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How to prevent vehicular terrorist attacks – maybe

How to prevent vehicular terrorist attacks – maybe

One thing that is confounding police and intelligence agencies the world over is what to do about car rammings/vehicular terrorist attacks. An analysis by Phil Gurski.

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Introducing the new Supply Chain Continuity training

Why Supply Chain Management and Business Continuity Management need to work together to create a more resilient organization. Discover this new training now available at ContinuityLink.

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Preparing community events for severe weather

How to help prepare community events for severe weather

Fear of storms at a young age is what drew Ron Bianchi to the study of weather. Today, he helps others ease their fears about the threat of severe weather at community events and festivals. A text by Simon Doyle.

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For Google, no tracking means we still track you

For Google, no tracking means we still track you

Users can adjust privacy settings, but they can’t hide from Google.

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