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Views on organizational resilience and the ISO 22316 standard

Views on organizational resilience and the ISO 22316 standard

A year ago, ISO published ISO 22316:2017, ‘Organizational resilience. Principles and attributes’. How has the standard been received? And are organizations using it? How do professionals view organizational resilience in general? Continuity Central recently conducted a survey to find out; and the final results are now available.

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Developing resiliency for retail businesses with warehousing on demand

The need to manage seasonality is a given for the majority of retailers - from Easter to Christmas, Black Friday to summer sales, effective management of trading peaks is key to success. But in an increasingly volatile business environment, with events from Brexit to global political uncertainty affecting retail operations, future proofing any business has become a significant challenge.

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Survey finds that energy security professionals are concerned about 'catastrophic failure' caused by cyber attacks

Tripwire, Inc., has announced the results of a survey conducted by Dimensional Research examining industrial control systems (ICS) security in the energy industry. The survey was conducted in March, and its respondents included 151 IT and operational technology (OT) security professionals at energy and oil and gas companies.

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