There has been a recent reform to the FBCI grade requirements because of a disproportion in grade levels. The Business Continuity Institute awards someone with an FBCI by fulfilling a…
21st Annual Business Continuity Awards
Celebrating achievements in business continuity, security and resilience
The winners of the 21st annual CIR Business Continuity Awards were announced at the awards ceremony on Thursday…
The FM Global Resilience Index is a resource designed to help senior executives conduct vulnerability assessments. It is also a resource to help build their companies’ resilience around the world.
Policy changes, geopolitical conflicts, volatile financial markets, and industry disruption are some of the many global issues that can threaten an organization. In today’s level of unprecedented change, risk readiness…
We’ve all been there. It’s annual budget time and we are told that belts are tightening and we have to cut costs. Where does the finance organization look first for savings and what is their risk tolerance? That’s right… to the functions within the organization who do not contribute directly to the bottom line.
So what’s a security professional to do when you are already operating a lean organization? You are protecting your company’s assets the best you can? And you still are being asked to perform better with fewer resources? In this article Rachelle Loyear discusses a few options for helping you meet the financial pressures of the organization while not going outside of the risk tolerances set by your management team.
The 2019 edition of the American National Standard, “NFPA 1600 Standard on Continuity, Emergency, and Crisis Management” has been published by the USA-based National Fire Protection Association. This standard, which…
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If your organization is starting out on Business Continuity Management, the enormity of the tasks that lie ahead of you could seem overwhelming. That is why it is crucially important to get the scope right, to set realistic limits for the early projects, and to put these within an overall business continuity program that will eventually lead to an integrated, comprehensive approach to protect the total assets of your enterprise. The only way to eat the Business Continuity elephant is “a bite at a time.”
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