Mapping Networked Business Continuity Disciplines into Documents

As organisations evolve, they need to re-evaluate their degree of preparedness in the different business continuity management disciplines. In the networked partner model that has become common today, risk management, governance over recovery, crisis communications and talent management all need updating, compared how things used to be in the vertically integrated enterprise. Changes made in…

Risk, Business Continuity and IT DR – the Year of 2013 in Review

Risk certainly marked the year of 2013, with knock-on effects on business continuity thinking. However, in a year picking up the pieces after different disasters, the real message was a reminder that while we collectively now know a great deal about risk, we don’t always prepare or take action appropriately. The devastation caused by rainfall…

Organisations in Europe Are Making Risk Management a Priority

Research into leadership in risk management in Europe indicates that it is gradually becoming a board-level item and an integral part of organisational strategy. While banks for example have embedded it into their operations since their inception, in other sectors the importance of risk management has taken longer to come to the fore. Common categories…