The Art of Risk Assessment and Business Continuity
|19 June, 2013|
These articles and essays about business continuity, risk assessment, threat analysis, and risk management are part of the preparatory work for a book. I hope you find them interesting and useful.
The most recent articles are:
Once you have your own business continuity plan in place, another way of taking business continuity to the next level is to seek to eliminate or reduce a major source of indirect risk: suppliers. (Read More)
So you have your Business Continuity Plan or Plans written and ready... What now? What should you do next? (Read More)
Your data's safe, isn't it? If a disaster happened, you could simply buy new computers, restore from backups, and continue working. Or could you? Welcome to The First Rule of Real World Backups: backups don't exist unless you test them. (Read More)
We may have been lucky once again. The H1N1 / Swine flu epidemic which was first reported in Mexico in 2009 hasn't proved as deadly as early reports suggested it might be. It's influenza. It's a pandemic. It will kill a lot of people over the next three years. But it doesn't look like it will be anywhere near as deadly as the flu pandemic of 1918. It looks like it is another near miss, which means that we may have the chance to learn some lessons from the current outbreak... (Read More)
The world economic crisis is having an impact on business continuity, disaster recovery, and risk management. But there are some opportunities among the darkening clouds... (Read More)
For older articles, see the Risk Article Archive.
Your comments are welcome. There's generally a link to the Risky Thinking Blog where you can comment at the end of each article.
Michael Z. Bell,
Albion Research Ltd.
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