Resilience

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Don’t Let Scammers Spoil Your Festive Season:  

Stay Alert and Secure from Scammers!  Recently, I received a phishing email – apparently from my managing director. Cybercriminals are getting craftier, using data gathered from social media, news and company websites to impersonate who they are using to catch out unsuspecting staff. Even the seemingly harmless requests can lead to financial loss, compromised data,

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Staying Resilient When Faced with Loss of Personnel

The loss of a key member of the team is one of the disruption factors when looking at business continuity or resilience.  We often hear that “HR has a succession plan” or similar, but is that enough when put to the test?  For some organisations, losing one person may not be critical, but when that

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Resilience to Catastrophic Failures in the National Critical Infrastructure

What Can We Learn From These? It just goes to show that anyone and anything is at risk of failure.  Last week the unthinkable happened when the UK’s emergency 999 telephone system faced a nationwide technical issue resulting in calls not being connected. Reliable sources reported that the 999 emergency telephone system suffered a catastrophic

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Keeping Travellers Safe

Travelling to moderate and high-risk countries can be a challenging task for companies, and depending on the location can come with an elevated personal and company risk. If something goes wrong, the individual could be exposed to significant danger and the company’s reputation could be negatively impacted with directors open to potential civil and criminal

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