Identifying impact tolerances for important business services is one of the main ingredients for developing an operational resilience management system in any type of organization.
Riskonnect has announced generative AI-powered enhancements to its Business Continuity & Resilience solution.
Despite the recognition that the problem of AI control may be one of the most important problems facing humanity, it remains poorly understood, poorly defined, and poorly researched says Dr Roman V. Yampolskiy in his upcoming book, AI: Unexplainable, Unpredictable, Uncontrollable.
The BCI has published its annual BCI Emergency and Crisis Communications Report, sponsored by F24. This examines how crisis communication methods have evolved and what are the success-factors behind successful emergency communications.
Industrial automation has seen strong growth, partly as a response to the need for resilience against recent supply chain disruption and pandemic-related workforce issues. This growth is anticipated to hit a new level, as the benefits of artificial intelligence in this area start to be realised. However, this also introduces risks that need to be explored and managed, as Dr. Louis Gritzo explains…
Aon plc has published its 2024 Climate and Catastrophe Insight report, which identifies global natural disaster and climate trends to help organizations make better decisions to manage volatility and enhance global resilience.
The International SOS Risk Outlook 2024 data identifies burnout, the cost-of-living crisis and mental health concerns as the top risks to organizational wellbeing this year, making these pressing issues for organizational resilience.
Dun & Bradstreet has released its Q1 2024 Global Business Optimism Insights report. The quarterly report shows a downturn in global supply chain continuity due to geopolitical tensions, trade disputes, and climate-related disruptions in maritime trade.
Technology and climate pressures are creating resilience challenges for organizations and 45% of CEOs surveyed for PwC’s 27th annual Global CEO Survey do not believe their business will be viable in a decade without reinvention.
Veeam Software has released insights from its fifth annual Veeam Data Protection Trends Report. The survey found that IT leaders are concerned about their ability to recover and restore mission-critical data after attacks and outages.