UK news, articles and information

Title Published Date
Alarm issues risk benchmarking report 12 August 2015
Integrating IT risk management with the business 07 August 2015
The Hexagon Hypothesis: six disruptive scenarios 06 August 2015
We need a new approach to risk mapping says Airmic CEO 05 August 2015
Cyber security, geo-political and supply chain named top global risks 04 August 2015
Cloud fears hold some financial firms back from the recovery benefits that the cloud offers 04 August 2015
Electronic document storage is a weak area in disaster recovery plans 03 August 2015
Many of London’s businesses are ill-prepared for climate change risks: London Assembly Economy Committee report 03 August 2015
To invoke or not to invoke? That is the question when it comes to disaster recovery 24 July 2015
An examination of the contemporary meaning and utility of resilience 23 July 2015
IRM launches operational risk modelling guidance 23 July 2015
Daisy Group announces the of Phoenix IT Group acquisition 22 July 2015
Organizations failing to grasp the BYOD nettle 16 July 2015
Daisy acquisition of Phoenix IT Group passes final hurdle 14 July 2015
The top five ways to increase business IT security 14 July 2015
Making the most of planned fire evacuations 10 July 2015
NearDesk offers a new option for SME business continuity plans 09 July 2015
Many of the UK’s top companies are unprepared for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 end of support deadline 09 July 2015
BCI advice on business continuity during transport disruptions 09 July 2015
The hidden risks in cloud systems 08 July 2015

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