Business continuity, resilience and enterprise risk management research and statistics from around the world

Survey finds that business continuity is the top benefit of cloud 29 October 2015
Lack of participation by C-Suite executives in crisis planning identified as a key weakness in many organizations 28 October 2015
UK city councils’ disaster recovery plans are encouraging, but there is room for improvement… 27 October 2015
IT related risks to UK companies surveyed 22 October 2015
Survey highlights the risks associated with wearable technology 09 October 2015
Many organizations fail at succession planning: survey 08 October 2015
Cyber and reputation risks remain top concerns: Business Resiliency Survey 06 October 2015
The influence of risk managers is growing… 02 October 2015
How much does it cost to recover from an average security breach? 21 September 2015
Survey gives a snapshot of business continuity and disaster recovery uptake and practices in UK organizations 16 September 2015
The interim results of the Continuity Central business continuity and information security snapshot survey 15 September 2015
Disaster recovery planning in US small businesses surveyed 04 September 2015
Unmanaged Apple devices are a liability for corporations: survey 26 August 2015
Cyber security, geo-political and supply chain named top global risks 04 August 2015
Electronic document storage is a weak area in disaster recovery plans 03 August 2015
Survey looks into business continuity practices of midsize US businesses 03 August 2015
The 2015 ‘Banana Skins’ poll results 16 July 2015
Vendor risk management: a weak link in many organizations 09 July 2015
The hidden risks in cloud systems 08 July 2015
Utility companies widely believe that cloud services provide better business continuity and disaster recovery than traditional technologies 03 June 2015

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