Prevention, protection and reaction are your three allies in drawing up your business contingency plan, i.e. the set of tasks that will enable your organisation to recover from an incident in a timeframe that does not compromise any key processes. This ensures a planned response, which impacts on your company's image and reputation, while mitigating the economic impact and loss of critical data.
The "new normal" is just around the corner and companies need to prepare for what lies ahead- and it's not just on an organisational level anymore: employees, compliance with legal and best practice requirements, and communication are all factors to be considered in the revival of face-to-face and hybrid work. The "new normal" is going to require businesses to face a new way of acting and managing their assets. Are you ready to comply on your return to the office?
New ways of working create new forms of risk. While few of us devote hours each day to thinking about risk, it surrounds us and should influence each decision we make. Most of us calculate risk without conscious thought. The risk of a poor restaurant choice may be opportunity cost or a hospital visit. The risk of an uninformed business decision could be service disruption, crippling fines, and even bankruptcy.