Shrinkage, Fraud and Other Hidden Parts of Business Continuity Management

Sometimes we get so wrapped up in business continuity management that deals with natural disasters or accidental breakage that it’s all too easy to forget about another dimension: deliberate acts that damage the worth of an organisation. Even if terrorism and activism get publicity, theft and fraud often remain in the background. And yet there’s […]

Where is the Truth in Business Continuity Today?

Let’s set some expectations. This blog post won’t give any definitive answer about the question above! On the other hand, this post is prompted by a comparison of recent news items, on the face of it interconnected and yet apparently at odds. Within the space of less than a month one survey found that companies […]