Who clears up the wreckage of natural and man-made catastrophes and where does it go?
Open data and innovative media platforms present new challenges in crisis management – but also bring new opportunities!
BC Management’s program maturity study focused on measuring the effectiveness of your Business Continuity / Resiliency program is now live through November 13.
Malware, disasters and maths! See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
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Hurricane Harvey is likely to be one of the costliest natural disasters in the USA. See the list of major environmental disasters in August 2017.
Swords, jeans and live shows. See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
UN-Habitat’s goal is to increase the resilience of cities to the impacts of natural and human-made crises. Find out what is UN-Habitat doing for resilience.
Actors can’t perform the simplest play without rehearsal. Should we think of emergency exercises in the same way? An eye opening comparison by Jerry Allen.
The revised loss estimate the property insurance market from Cyclone Zeus in France is up and it goes up to 284M euros. Natural disaster can be costly!
List of data breaches and cyber attacks – August 2017 See the list of data breaches and cyber attacks that happened in August 2017 Catching the hacker in the act […]
Barcelona fits a pattern – there is no pattern Does the Barcelona and Charlottesville recent vehicular terrorist attacks fit a pattern? Spoiler alert, there never is and never will be […]