Hear our panel of Castellan global resilience experts take questions from attendees related to business continuity planning in 2021…
Topic: Business Continuity
With time to make an agreement between the UK and the European Union running out and the UK Government ruling out any extension to the current relationship, businesses are facing the prospect of handling the issues associated with a no-deal Brexit in a few months’ time.
Does your business continuity program feel stuck? Are you struggling to get meaningful engagement from key stakeholders that drives real action?
From COVID-19 to civil unrest and beyond, the events of 2020 led to cascading impacts for many organizations. In turn, however, these same events put business continuity front and center – with executives and key stakeholders more engaged than ever.
Over the past year, the novel coronavirus outbreak has brought an increased focus on planning and response to a pandemic.
Hear our panel of Castellan global resilience experts take questions from attendees related to COVID-19 and pandemic preparedness, response, and recovery and provide insight.
In today’s interconnected environment, companies increasingly rely on external parties for an essential part of their business. While important to growth and efficiency, outsourcing also creates an inherent risk of being adversely affected by a third-party service disruption.
Proof of recoverability is gaining in importance for organizational resiliency. A variety of exercises can help teams reveal exposures, implement changes, and increase confidence in recoverability.
During 2019, the SECO Institute published a definition of business resilience, which builds upon the vision of organizations taking a holistic approach to organizational resilience as set out in the BS 65000:2014 organizational resilience standard.