Operational Resilience Series #7: What reporting do management want to see?

You’ve defined, mapped and tested your important business services – and you’ve got your operational resilience program up and running. But now, how ... Read more

Operational Resilience Series #6: Identifying vulnerabilities and actions

Running scenarios allows you to test your organisation’s operational resilience capacity. But once you’ve got the results from scenario-based ... Read more

Operational Resilience Series #5: Design and running of a scenario

You’ve identified your important business services and the resources that support them, and you’ve set your impact tolerances. But how do you know ... Read more

Operational Resilience Series #4: Mapping important business services

To understand how your important business services fit together, you need to map the processes required to deliver each service and the resources ... Read more

Operational Resilience Series #3: Designing your impact tolerances

Once you’ve worked out what your important business services are, you need to determine your impact tolerances: the level of disruption for each ... Read more

Operational Resilience Series #2: What are your important business services?

A vital part of building your operational resilience capacity is understanding your important business services: the services you provide to your ... Read more

OpRes vs BC vs DR: How you can all work together

Our previous article on this topic set out the conceptual differences between operational resilience, operational risk, business continuity and ... Read more

OpRes vs BC vs DR: What’s the difference?

There’s a lot of overlap between operational resilience, business continuity and disaster recovery, all within the field of operational risk. ... Read more

When risk and reward don’t talk

An eyesore at a shopping centre might not immediately bring risk management to mind. But in this particular case, it’s a great example of delivered ... Read more

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Managing Risk and Compliance in a COVID-19 World

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