Managing the psychological impact of distressing and traumatic incidents: six steps to build a successful strategy

Managing the psychological impact of distressing and traumatic incidents: six steps to build a successful strategyWhen organizations encounter sudden, unexpected and disruptive events, business continuity plans aim to quickly restore operational functioning. However, without stabilising the people who deliver those operations, the best laid plans may only be partially successful. Liz Royle looks at six steps that organizations can take to manage this area.

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The importance of ‘Report Responsibly’ for information security

Adesh RampatMany security breaches are enabled by a lack of prioritization given to patching and updating. In this article Adesh Rampat explains why adopting a ‘Report Responsibly’ system will enable organizations to take better strategic and tactical decisions when it comes to vulnerability management.

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Mission command: how to empower employees to act fast in a crisis

Rob McAllisterRob McAllister investigates how a philosophy of mission command can help organizations create a crisis management system that is fit for the digital era, where swift decision-making by effectively empowered people is vital.

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Business continuity in 2018

2017 business continuity surveyEvery year Continuity Central conducts a survey looking at the changing trends and challenges in the business continuity profession. We have now launched the latest survey in the series and would like to invite all business continuity professionals to take part.

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