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Watch for These New Books from Rothstein Publishing

It's a busy year for our team at Rothstein Publishing, and we're excited to tell you about some of the new books we'll have for you very soon! Crisis Leadership, Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity Law, Business Continuity Exercises, Risk Assessment of Large Industrial Facilities are getting the Rothstein Publishing treatment.

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FREE CHAPTER: Governance in the Resilient Organization

Get your free chapter on Governance in the Resilient Organization from the book Principles and Practice of Business Continuity Tools and Techniques, by Jim Burtles.

This free chapter will help you go over practicing business continuity tools  Understanding this will help you to:
  • Maintain a permanent response capability.
  • Manage major organizational changes.
  • Understand what it takes to achieve ongoing resilience.
  • Develop resilience as an integral part of your culture.
In the first 15 chapters of Jim Burtles' book, you will learn how and why you might approach the development and delivery of a successful and effective business continuity (BC) program. You will also learn the importance of governance in the resilient organization. In this free chapter, whether an experienced business continuity practitioner or a person entering the profession, you can see where business continuity fits within your organization’s hierarchy.

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Security Budgets and the Risk Tolerance Question

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.

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How Various Leadership Styles Apply to Corporate Crisis Management

While leadership decision-making under emergency response can be stressful it is important to know the traits involved when managing a crisis. Data is available from the minds of the executives that are protecting corporate brands, standing in the marketplace and ability to serve customers. It is important for new leaders to incorporate these styles of leadership in order to improve crisis management planning.

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