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Crisis Preparedness Checklist standard

Stay informed. Our Insights Newsletter highlights the latest news and analysis on global strategy, policy and risk.  Subscribe to Insights This is the third and final installment of our business resiliency best practices, outlining preparedness elements to have in place before a crisis. Part one offers guidance on responding to an active crisis. Part two addresses components of a post-crisis recovery. As you implemented your crisis response and recovery strategies, you no doubt realized that the most effective way to respond to a business interruption incident, be it cyber attack, global pandemic, natural disaster, etc., is through careful preparation. Whether your crisis plan was not sufficiently detailed, had out-of-date information, or for some other reason was less than ideal, the ...

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Crisis Recovery Checklist standard

Stay informed. Our Insights Newsletter highlights the latest news and analysis on global strategy, policy and risk.  Subscribe to Insights This is the second of three installments of our business resiliency best practices, addressing components of a post-crisis recovery. Part three will outline preparedness elements to have in place before a crisis. Part one offers guidance on responding to an active crisis. Now that you have navigated your business through the crisis response checklist and the most acute challenges have begun to abate, it is time to implement a thoughtful “back to business” strategic plan. Any crisis that threatens business continuity – cyber attack, global pandemic, natural disaster, etc. – will have a profound impact on business operations going forward. ...

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Crisis Response Checklist standard

This is the first of three installments of our business resiliency best practices, covering responses to an active crisis. Part two will address components of a post-crisis recovery. Part three will outline preparedness elements to have in place before a crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerabilities of organizations to withstand a major business interruption. While a global pandemic is certainly a unique circumstance – never before have so many businesses and individuals globally faced the same existential crisis – the likelihood of another interruption is a matter of when, and not if it will occur. When a crisis transpires, an organization’s response must address the crisis while preventing negative reputational impacts, protecting current and future business deals, and ...

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