UK news, articles and information

Lack of confidence in DR and backup is down to inadequate testing, says Databarracks 25 February 2016
Organizational resilience: stop, collaborate and listen… 25 February 2016
‘Cybersecurity – Fighting Crime’s Enfant Terrible’ 23 February 2016
Federation of Small Businesses warns of UK ‘flood blight’ risks 23 February 2016
People and resilience part one 19 February 2016
‘Vulnerability gap’ threatens preparedness for crisis management according to survey 19 February 2016
How mature are vendor risk management programs? 18 February 2016
PwC and London First publish an enterprise resilience survey report 16 February 2016
The Business Continuity Institute clarifies its position on organizational resilience 16 February 2016
The SIP security fallacy 12 February 2016
People and paper: the well-intentioned threat of data protection and privacy? 12 February 2016
The strategic value of resilience 12 February 2016
Small businesses “hugely underestimating impact of a cyber attack” 11 February 2016
New report looks at ‘Security breaches – what’s the real cost to your business?’ 11 February 2016
The top five factors to consider when outsourcing security 10 February 2016
Walking a mile in your crisis leader’s shoes 03 February 2016
Organizational resilience and business continuity: bringing clarity to a confused profession 03 February 2016
UK companies facing significant increase in fraud risk 02 February 2016
Critical infrastructure protection: defending the smart grid 02 February 2016
ENISA publishes threat landscape report 28 January 2016

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