Recent Australasia news, articles and information

How to plan for disruption due to intentional acts by employees 21 March 2018
More than three-quarters of businesses lack a formal cyber security incident response plan 20 March 2018
Why business continuity needs to changeā€¦ 15 March 2018
Future risks associated with machine learning explored in new report 06 February 2018
Culture, psychology and crisis management 02 February 2018
Standards Australia publishes new handbook on managing business critical documents 12 January 2018
Business continuity trends and challenges 2018 03 January 2018
The top ten Continuity Central articles published in 2017 20 December 2017
New South Wales energy risks highlighted in Energy Security Taskforce report 20 December 2017
Security of Critical Infrastructure Bill 2017 introduced to Australian Senate 08 December 2017
ASIC reports on cyber resilience assessments of Australian financial markets firms 01 December 2017
The slow death of business continuity management or just a wobbly knee? 29 November 2017
Average organization suffers five critical IT incidents a month: survey 16 November 2017
The winners of the BCI Global Awards 08 November 2017
Business continuity in 2018: interim survey results 03 November 2017
Risk management continues to move to the cloud to extend across the enterprise and out to supply chains 27 October 2017
Australian Government introduces draft Security of Critical Infrastructure Bill 11 October 2017
Study highlights IT professionals lack of confidence in their company's cyber security 04 October 2017
Survey shows move towards cloud and away from data centers 13 September 2017
The BCI Australasian Awards winners 05 September 2017

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