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BCI Working Paper looks at the business continuity implications of smart cities

The Business Continuity Institute has published the latest in its Working Paper series of detailed business continuity articles. ‘Exploring business continuity implications of smart cities vulnerable to cyber attack’ by Gianluca Riglietti offers an overview of smart cities today, exploring the opportunities as well as the challenges they bring.

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To BIA or not to BIA is not the question…

Continuity 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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Hurricane Harvey update page

Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast as a major hurricane. Ongoing flooding is causing major problems for businesses in the region. This page will be updated with business continuity and disaster recovery information related to the incident.

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DRI International announces the launch of DRI Switzerland

DRI Switzerland has become DRI International's latest regional partner. DRI Switzerland will ‘work to educate the local market on business continuity, IT/DR, operational and business risk, reputation management, cyber attacks, and other key components of today’s resilience landscape’.

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