Category: Continuity

Set the Standard – ISO 22316 – Guidelines for organizational resilience

ISO 22316 provides guidance to enhance organizational resilience and being able to make informed tactical and strategic decisions.

Cybersecurity Awareness Must Generate From The Top

A culture is created where security isn’t just a cost center or a required set of checkboxes, but rather a game plan to better enable the business.

15% discount – ISO 22301 Lead Auditor training in Amsterdam

Save 15% on your registration to the ISO 22301 Lead Auditor training in Amsterdam on 25-29 June. Register today!

Business Recovery

Why Business Continuity is a concept which is generally overlooked by airlines management.

Disaster preparedness, business continuity and the role of insurance

“Only one in twenty five business affected by severe disasters never reopen the doors again”

Certified ISO 22301 Lead Implementer training in New York on 23-27 April

Register today for the upcoming ISO 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training event in New York, NY on 23-27 April.

Read all about it – IoT hacking, reputation and workplace safety

This week, how smart devices can be easily hacked in minutes, the importance of reputation management and we explore the new ISO 45001 standard.

Alberta: Canada’s poster child for climate risk

Reinsurers are particularly concerned about Alberta, where weather storms have been fiercer and less predictable than a bucking bronco.

It could be as simple as this…

You were having a quiet day at work when a slip with an excavator cuts through your mains connection, breaks through a supply pipe or causes a gas leak...

Reputation, Reputation, Reputation

Time isn't just a healer, it confirms or destroys reputations. Any news story can affect perceptions. Reputation management is a powerful resilience asset!

Inside the Australian Tax Office’s crisis management team

The Australian Taxation Office had a challenging year in 2017, featuring in the headlines a number of times.

Insurers urged to play a role in rebuilding economies after disasters

Building economic resilience is fundamentally important to making sure communities can withstand the damage they sustain following a post-loss recovery.