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Targeted flexibility and the art of being prepared

Geary Sikich looks at why traditional risk assessment and business continuity planning methodologies are not always as effective as organizations expect them to be; and makes the case for taking a ‘targeted flexibility’ approach.

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COVID-19: preparing for business interruption and other claims

As the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak continues to spread, organizations are preparing for possible impacts on their operations. In this article, Paul McVey looks at what organizations should do to prepare for potential business interruption claims due to the presence of the virus on their premises, employee absenteeism, or supply chain disruptions.

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Business continuity planning and actions in relation to COVID-19

From 14th to 20th February 2020, Continuity Central conducted an online survey which aimed to capture information to help business continuity managers around the world understand what actions others in the profession are taking in response to or in preparation for COVID-19 infections. The results are now available...

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COVID-19 pandemic updates

This Continuity Central resource section is being regularly updated with situational updates, news, resources, and business continuity information related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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