Our communications and marketing expert, Bonnie Khan, discusses your solution to business continuity…Welcome to Inverroy Digital!
Inverroy are really excited to have partnered with the Scottish Continuity Group to deliver an Incident Response TableTop Exercise planned for 27 May 21. The aim of the exercise is to provide an opportunity to discuss how you and your organisation would respond if you were faced with a major incident at or near one of your premises.
Senior consultant, Toby, discusses the European Super League and the disruption it has caused to a global industry.
As a follow on to a previous blog that looked at the gaps in security that have formed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, this blog discusses that space relative to the Oil and Gas industry. Highlighting threats, future risk strategies and past incidents that shape the roles and responsibilities of security within it.
In his first blog for Inverroy, Mark Pugh-Cook explains that even after a military career lasting more than 30 years, the two hour 120 question multiple choice Business Continuity exam during the COVID-19 lockdown would prove to be one of the hardest events of his working life…
With uncertainty in almost every aspect of life at the moment, risk is definitely on the menu, but how big is our appetite? It would appear that the way we approach and govern risk has never been more critical, but will we learn from recent events and ‘listen to the science’? The scale of the challenges faced by both Government and businesses seem endless. So, what has changed?
COVID 19 has created new opportunities for terrorist and insurgent groups to threaten natural resources and infrastructure in Africa. Here are 5 ways in which Inverroy Crisis Management can help energy companies operating in Africa to become more resilient in this rapidly changing environment.