Crisis Management and Communications: Prepared Makes Perfect

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Crisis Management and Communications: Prepared Makes Perfect

by Teresa Lindsey | March 28, 2021 | Business Continuity, Business Resiliency, Incident Reponse

While the scope and nature of an organizational emergency is hard to predict, between the COVID pandemic, the SolarWinds Cyberattack and innumerable ransomware attacks, modern times demonstrate that emergencies are guaranteed to arise. “In today’s fast-moving, electronic world, your reputation c ....

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Supply Chain Concentration and Resilience Risk

by Charlie Miller | August 25, 2020 | Business Continuity, Business Resiliency, Incident Reponse, Pandemic Planning, Supply Chain

How do we actually address Supply Chain Concentration and Resilience Risk? Disaster has a way of bringing 'supply chain’ into the common lexicon. In the aftermath of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, major companies including Apple and Toyota experienced shortages of components manufactured in Japan.   ....

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TPRM and COVID-19 – The Next Shoe to Drop: Actually, it’s Potentially an Avalanche of Shoes

by Sabine Zimmer | May 13, 2020 | Business Continuity, Business Resiliency, Incident Reponse, Pandemic Planning, Supply Chain

After 16 years as a risk leader at Deutsche Bank, Victor Meyer recently joined Supply Wisdom as the COO. Supply Wisdom®️ is a real-time and continuous risk intelligence and monitoring solution that covers 14 categories of third party and location risks across over 300 risk parameters. A former US ....

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Resilience Under Pressure: Putting The Shared Assessments Framework Into Action

by Sabine Zimmer | April 28, 2020 | Business Continuity, Business Resiliency, Incident Reponse, Pandemic Planning, Shared Assessments Summit

With the support of BitSight, Shared Assessments kicked off pre-summit events with the “Putting the Shared Assessments Framework Into Action” workshop. From webcam to laptop, the online workshop was a successful exchange of knowledge mapping out navigable routes through the choppy waters of TPRM ....

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When Business Resilience Falters: The Criticality of Incident Management

by Teresa Lindsey | April 20, 2020 | Business Continuity, Incident Reponse

It is not a matter of ‘if’ Business Resilience will falter, but when. That is not an insinuation that resilience planning is inadequate. It is the recognition that it is impossible to anticipate every permutation of an incident that might interrupt your business – especially in today’s highl ....

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TPRM During the Pandemic: Emergent Responses To Emergent Times

by Sabine Zimmer | April 20, 2020 | Business Continuity, Business Resiliency, Corporate Culture, Incident Reponse, Pandemic Planning, Risk Professionals

Authors: Bob Jones, Tony Manley and John Bree   A changed world, a changed industry - this blogpost covers TPRM during the Pandemic.   The third party risk management community finds itself swimming in the maelstrom that has resulted from the shock to world systems generated by t ....

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