The latest business continuity news from around the world

To BIA or not to BIA? Interim survey results

One of the differentiators of the new approach to business continuity advocated by Adaptive BC is the removal of the business impact analysis and risk assessment from the business continuity process. Continuity Central is currently conducting a survey to assess whether this is a realistic proposal.

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BCI Africa Awards open for entries

The Business Continuity Institute's BCI Africa Awards recognize the outstanding contributions of business continuity, risk and resilience professionals and organizations within the Africa region.

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BCI opens its Americas Awards for entries

The Business Continuity Institute has opened its annual Americas Awards. These recognize the outstanding contributions of business continuity, risk and resilience professionals and organizations in the region.

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Report highlights the top supply chain risks around the world

A new report from BSI summarises the various supply chain risks facing businesses in different regions of the world. In 2016 global supply chains continued to face a range of security, social responsibility, and business continuity risks, with many of these issues provoked by each another.

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DRI conducting Women in BCM study

The Disaster Recovery Institute is inviting female business continuity professionals to take part in its Women in BCM study. This is a research project conducted by the DRI’s Women in Business Continuity Management Committee.

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