Helping employees after an incident: traumatic stress reactions – looking under the surface

Helping employees after an incidentBusiness as usual does not commence once an incident is over and business processes are running normally: the impacts on employees may just be starting. Dr Liz Royle provides some guidance on this difficult area…

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My business has had a data breach, what next?

Emma RoeEmma Roe provides some advice to UK organizations on incident communications following a data breach: who should you inform and what should you say to them?

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To BIA or not to BIA is not the question…

Mel GoslingContinuity Central recently conducted a survey to seek the views of business continuity professionals on whether it is feasible to omit the business impact analysis (BIA) from the BC process. Mel Gosling, FBCI, explains why he believes this is the wrong question to ask…

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Tips for evaluating a business continuity as a service provider

Steve DanceBusiness continuity as a service (BCaaS) is an emerging trend in the market. Steve Dance looks at what BCaaS is and what questions you should ask any potential business continuity as a service provider.

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