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What does ISO 22301 look for in a business continuity plan?

An ISO-aligned business continuity plan includes business continuity procedures for managing a disruption and continuing operations, based on recovery objectives identified in its business impact analysis.

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Business continuity and the Sony data breach

A massive data breach at Sony Pictures Entertainment, which experts believe was targeted by North Korea as retaliation for a film depicting the assassination of its leader Kim Jong Un, has led to an international incident that has gained the attention of business continuity professionals. Even large companies like Sony can sometimes put business continuity planning on the back burner.  BC professionals say that attacks like this can sometimes change their minds.

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Visualizing the impact of hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy is the largest hurricane to ever form in the Atlantic Basin. Along its path, 253 people were killed in seven countries and total damage resulted in over $65.5 billion. How does superstorm Sandy compare to major disasters from last year?

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Managing reputational risk: how to plan and adapt for public reaction

In today’s volatile environment, businesses are under constant pressure to adapt to the rapidly changing marketplace. Change happens, but how do you manage a switch that will likely anger your customers?

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Plan and adapt.

 

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Why someone else’s data breach affects you

Cyber crime is one of the biggest threats facing companies today.  Its ramifications, such as stolen data and identity theft, are enormous and will only continue to grow. It’s impossible to plan for everything, but a proper business continuity program will help your company stay strong in the event of an unexpected attack. 

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10 lessons in crisis management

When bad things happen, companies can’t afford to just react on the fly. Successful management of a crisis requires understanding how to handle an event, before it occurs. Staying competitive in the marketplace means taking a more proactive approach to crisis management. Here’s how.

A matter of hours or days is all it can take for a crisis to destroy a company’s reputation.

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Ukraine crisis poses business interruption risk

For any organization with involvement in Russian territory, recently imposed sanctions due to the unpopular Crimean conflict introduces new potential complications affecting operations, supply chain, personnel and communications. What are the implications for risk managers?

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