UK business continuity remuneration in 2014
Top tips for successful social media risk management in the finance sector
FEMA seeks views of young people on resilience
Businesses face increasing number of disruptive scenarios
The Seventh Annual State of Resilience Report
Critical infrastructure executives complacent about Internet of Things security
‘An Inside Look at Disaster Recovery Planning’
IT disaster recovery under the spotlight
‘COSO in the Cyber Age’
Protecting critical infrastructure against cyber attacks
Global Risks 2015
Business Continuity Awareness Week theme announced
President Obama proposes ‘Enabling Cybersecurity Information Sharing’ legislation
A roundup of 2014’s natural disasters
IT and data centre professionals express concern about future threats to UK power supplies
New business continuity facility opened in Mozambique
IBM study: number of cyber attacks on retailers drops by half in 2014 compared to 2012
Survey sees a drop in the risk appetite of UK CFOs
Total economic losses from disaster events in 2014 reached USD 113 billion worldwide
BCM Legislations, Regulations, Standards and Good Practice
From the Extreme to the Mean
What can you do to make sure your organization is not the next Sony?
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This issue includes:
• NIST Meeting: Cybersecurity Is a Key Ingredient In the Manufacturing Mix
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Five reasons why doing nothing could spell disaster.
Service level agreements (SLAs) and business continuity go hand-in-hand: or they should do, says Andrew Hiles.
The Sony attack shows how important it is for business continuity managers to get involved in information security.
Is the world of risk, continuity and crisis about to change as new concepts and approaches linked to resilience gain momentum or are we seeking solutions to the same old stories repacked through a different language?