UK news, articles and information

Planning for social media crises 12 January 2017
Ten cyber security trends expected in 2017 10 January 2017
Act now to prepare for EU General Data Protection Regulations 09 January 2017
The future of cybercrime 09 January 2017
Flood resilience guide for UK businesses published 09 January 2017
The desktop exercise - a wasted opportunity? 05 January 2017
How 2017 will be an amazing year for business resilience 04 January 2017
The RTO reality check 03 January 2017
Deloitte acquires Regester Larkin 21 December 2016
Directing risk management in organizations: new guidance 21 December 2016
Commercial drones: 2017’s new terrorism threat 20 December 2016
What if I told you that business continuity management could be dying? 14 December 2016
Managing the new risk landscape of customer identity management 13 December 2016
Europol updates assessment of the terrorism threat to EU states from Islamic State 07 December 2016
Survey highlights the scale of BYOD risks 07 December 2016
New chair takes over at the Business Continuity Institute 06 December 2016
Three quarters of UK SMEs face risks that were not present when the business was formed 06 December 2016
Business continuity ‘under threat from disappearing specialist companies’ 06 December 2016
Convergence and the future of business continuity 01 December 2016
Research shows that many companies spend less than they feel they should on IT disaster recovery 30 November 2016

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