Tag: Disruption

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery as a service

When moving to cloud-based services, businesses must take a considered approach and ensure they do not compromise on their disaster recovery solutions.

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.

The humble ‘Banana Skin’ – possibly the greatest risk management tool ever

Paul Kudray explains why the 'Banana Skin' is as much important for risk managers as it is for kart racers!

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.

Attacks on the Food Supply: How terrorists enter into the equation

Where are we in the fight to maintain the safety and security of the food supply from terrorist threats?

On the extraordinary importance of complexity

Complexity is not just a measure of how intricate, or sophisticated, something is. Find out more about complexity in this text by Jacek Marczyk.

Complexity: A next generation global cyber weapon

A new exotic application of the QCM technology! A text by Jacek Marczyk.

How to be resilient in business today

3 simple things we must do to be resilient in business today. A text by Paul Kudray.

Keep calm – the first rule of business continuity

Some things are hard to predict. And others are unlikely. In business, as in life, both can happen at the same time, catching us off guard.

Museums are ready for the next natural disaster. Are you?

Coastal communities are reorienting and preparing for a world where they might be underwater at a moment’s notice.

Why personal cyber security should be important to you

Did you know that more than $6 trillion is lost every year in the world as a result of cyber attacks?

Emergency Management in a Rules-Based Culture

As someone who often dreads the increasingly nightmarish process of boarding an airplane, I viewed the media coverage of a United Airlines passenger being dragged off an overbooked flight a few months ago with morbid fascination. The story is seemingly impossible to escape from, and I am certain that readers of this article were bombarded ...