Tools and Ideas for Risk Management and Business Continuity
|30 April, 2016|
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:
With recent news events, it may be worth reminding staff what they should do in the event of a firearm or weapon attack. (Read More)
In the real world the chain of command and the decision making process needs to vary according to the nature of the incident and the speed with which decisions must be made. (Read More)
This was written before the Paris attacks of 2015. I was hoping for a quiet period to publish it. Sadly, it looks increasingly unlikely that there will be one. (Read More)
I don't know who coined the term "data breach", but the vision of data leaking from a company like water from a burst dam seems particularly appropriate this year. How might one affect your company? (Read More)
If you've reviewed a few business continuity plans, you may have noticed how often teams are expected to assemble and work from a nearby hotel. Here's why that may not be a good idea. (Read More)
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Michael Z. Bell,
Albion Research Ltd.
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